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Gang held for theft of tyres
By a staff reporter September 10, 2012
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SHARJAH: The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at the GHQ of Sharjah Police arrested a gang of 7 Pakistani nationals and one Iraqi national for robbing 3,000 car tyres valued at Dhs7,000 from the warehouse of a company in the Sajaa Industrial area.

Earlier, the central operations room of Sharjah Police received a tipoff about a theft of car tyres owned by a company in Sharjah.

Instantly, the CID sent a security team to investigate the incident and arrest the suspects.

After investigations, the CID identified the suspects. The police then trapped and arrested them.

The security team uncovered their plans to rob more tyres and located the places where they intended to hide the stolen tyres in order to sell them later on.

On being questioned, the gang members confessed to the thefts.
 

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