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Thanks to the efforts of Sharjah Police, a traveller managed to retrieve his phone within three hours only, after police sent it back to his home country.
Police officials learnt about the traveller’s lost phone when they received several messages via social media from the owner himself.
Authorities took action to help the concerned traveller and searched for the phone. Once it was found they sent it directly to its owner overseas.
Such kind actions point out Sharjah Police’s keenness to provide assistance to visitors and all members of the UAE society. This noble act achieves objectives of Sharjah Police, which are in line with objectives of the Ministry of Interior to enhance customer satisfaction and maintain security.
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