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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Dubai Police helped a French tourist find his lost cellphone, which he misplaced in a taxi on his way to the airport.
Brigadier Abdullah Khadim Sorour Al-Maasim, Director of Bur Dubai Police Station and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Police Stations, said that the police station received an e-mail from the tourist reporting about his missing item and attaching all necessary information and documents.
Later, the cellphone matching the specifications given by tourist was found, and the phone was sent back to the tourist home country, France.
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