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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.
After reviewing all his transactions, the suspect’s history of crimes was finally exposed.
The Dubai Public Prosecution detained the suspect, and charged him with forgery and embezzlement.
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