The culprits pose for a picture in police custody.
The Fujairah Police in collaboration with the Dibba Fujairah Police Department arrested, in less than an hour, a gang who stole cash and jewellery from an Emirati’s house in Dibba.
The Dibba Fujairah Police Operations Room received a report from a citizen stating that his house was ransacked on Friday.
The citizen noticed the disappearance of a treasury containing cash and jewellery valued at Dhs500,000.
Colonel Saif Rashid Al-Zahmi, Director of Dibba Police Department, stated that upon receiving the report, a team was formed to arrest the gang.
The police, through research and investigation were able to identify the culprits.
It was learned that gang moved to Ajman after committing the robbery.
The police arrested the gang members in less than an hour, and the stolen treasury box was recovered.
All the accused confessed to carrying out the planned theft, exploiting the absence of the family.
The culprits were referred to the Public Prosecution.
Major General Mohammed Ahmed Bin Ghanem Al-Kaabi, Commander-in-Chief of Fujairah Police, praised the professionalism of the police officers and their readiness to deal with such cases.
He also praised the cooperation of the Ajman Police in facilitating the arrest of the accused.
He stated that the Fujairah Police would not tolerate any nuisance that disturbs the security of the emirate.
The defendants were carrying a radio similar to police’s, and showed some cuffs then asked the victims to accompany them to the police station.
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