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Ajman Police reunite missing boy with family
By a Staff Reporter August 13, 2017
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AJMAN: The security teams at Ajman Police found a 5-year-old Arab child, identified as FAKH, after he went missing in Al-Sawan area, Ajman.

The child reportedly left his family’s flat late at night while the door was open, according to Captain Mohammed Bin Hazeem Al Suwaidi, head of the community police department. 

He said that the police received a tip-off from the child’s family indicating that their son had unnoticeably left home, while they were sleeping, and they could not trace him.

Instantly, a police patrol from the department visited the reported flat and initially combed the entire building.

It was established that an Arab family took the boy to their flat when they heard him crying while wandering in the building. After members of the community police department returned the child to his family, they gave him a gift presented from the Ajman Police. A gift was also presented to the family that found the child in appreciation of their noble gesture. He further thanked the community police officers who found the missing child within less than 24 hours after the receipt of the tip-off.
 

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