The destroyed ATM machine in Ghayathi industrial zone in Abu Dhabi.
Abu Dhabi Police have arrested two Asians who destroyed an ATM machine in an attempt to rob it in the Ghayathi industrial zone in Abu Dhabi.
The Ghayathi Police Station received an information about two men, who were trying to steal an ATM machine.
The police used surveillance cameras at the scene and saw the masked men trying to steal the device.
Immediately, the police set up a search and investigation team. The team was sent to the location of the incident and searched the surrounding area. The police found a hammer, few metres away from the crime scene.
The surveillance cameras assisted the police in the arrest of two suspects near their residence in the Musaffah area of Abu Dhabi.The duo confessed to the crime. They also said after their unsuccessful attempt to steal the machine they fled the scene and hid the tools at a nearby warehouse.
The Abu Dhabi Police have announced that the auto-monitoring of vehicles whose drivers fail to abide by leaving enough distance between vehicles on roads will take effect as of January 15, 2020.
According to case papers the defendant lured a maid into believing that he has a job for her and enticed by the offer the victim fled from her sponsor in another Emirates.
The Abu Dhabi Police expressed their regret over the tragic incident, conveying their deepest condolences and sympathy to the families of the two children.
Gambhir, an Indian citizen and long-time resident of the UAE, told Gulf Today he applauds the police every night as they drive past and enjoys the interaction with them, whose acts he describes as "an encouraging gesture at a challenging time".
The man carrying a backpack entered a bank in the Leonardo business centre in central Kiev claiming he had a bomb, deputy interior minister Anton Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook.
“We restructured several councils and issued several new appointments. We also discussed the government’s formation during the coming period and the most important new changes to keep pace with the priorities of the upcoming phase."
Hans Blix, Director-General Emeritus of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, has said that the starting of operations at Abu Dhabi's Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant demonstrates to the world how doable it is to shift to environmentally-friendly alternatives to generate power.