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Abu Dhabi Police issued a fresh warning reminding drivers of the dangers of leaving flammable materials, such as hand sanitisers and cigarette lighters, inside vehicles, in summer, on Sunday.
The police said these dangerous materials also include perfume bottles, gas cylinders, mobile phone chargers and phone batteries.
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According to the police, all the objects listed have a potential to catch fire or explode, especially if exposed to heat or sunlight.
"If left inside a vehicle, especially during the daytime, these dangerous materials can explode and cause a disaster, even if not placed under direct sunlight," the police added.
The police used surveillance cameras at the scene and saw the masked men trying to steal the device.
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