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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A 48-year-old Asian employee was detained and referred to the criminal court for forging documents to embezzle Dhs311,000 from his company.
Official records indicate that the suspect was working for 6 years in the company’s public relations section, and had full authority to receive invoices and disburse funds to government organisations.
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The company discovered the forged recorded information after the suspect had quit his job at the company, in an attempt to cover up his crimes.
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The Dubai Public Prosecution detained the suspect, and charged him with forgery and embezzlement.
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