Dubai Police officers with the Filipina worker after she was honoured for her honesty at her work place.
The Dubai Police have recently honoured a Filipina employee of the Starbucks for her honesty as she returned a bag containing Dhs195,000 cash.
A customer has forgotten his bag at Starbucks Café in The Dubai Mall, which apart from the cash also contained a chequebook, a bunch of private papers and documents and two signed cheques.
The first cheque worth Dhs500,000, while the second was for Dhs6,250.
Colonel Rashid Mohammed Saleh Al Shehhi, Acting Director of Bur Dubai Police Station, honoured the Filipina worker, Mae Anne Olmidillo, 27, and praised her positive response, to emphasise the importance of the collaboration between the community and police.
Colonel Al Shehhi pointed out that the honour comes within the “we reach you to thank you” initiative, which aims at honouring external collaborators in their workplace amongst colleagues. It comes in line with the Dubai Police's keenness to strengthen the concept of community partnership, he added.
From her part, the Mae Anne Olmidillo thanked the Dubai Police General HQ for honouring her and assuring that this award gives her pride and joy.
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Al Marri said that such cooperation has made the UAE an oasis of safety, security and stability for all citizens and visitors.
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