The High Commission of the UN for the Refugees' Affairs announced in its report on Sunday 4/6/2014 that the confrontations between the Jordanian police and refugees resulted in the injuries of tens of people and the burning of 9 camp tents and 5 caravans. Moreover, one of the Syrian Refugees, who was shot on Saturday by the camps' guardians in Zaatari Camp north of Jordan, died affected by his wounds. These confrontations occurred on Saturday night, after the Jordanian policemen had routinely investigated a Jordanian car that was leaving Zaatari Camp. After it was discovered that the driver of the car was trying "to get a family from the Syrian Refugees out of the camp", the security forces imprisoned all of the car passengers. This aroused the anger of the relatives of the Syrian Refugee family, according to the UN Commission report. The report added that "hundreds or even thousands of refugees hurried" to the police station and "threw stones on the security forces". Upon that the police summoned more forces and dispersed the rioters using tear gas.