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Adnan Okasha, Staff Reporter
The Ras Al Khaimah Police announced they found the missing Asian girl, 13, and reunited with her family. The social media circulated her story over the past two days together with an audio recording by her father in which he said that she was kidnapped. The kidnapping news was denied by the police and they confirmed that the girl stated that she left her house at her own will.
The police explained that preliminary investigations showed that the girl was in Sharjah, was feeling well and left her house of her own free will for reportedly family circumstances.
Meanwhile, Major General Ali Abdullah Bin Alwan, Commander-in-Chief of Ras Al Khaimah Police, affirmed that the emirate’s police are keen on protecting the society from any bad practices in line with the Ministry of Interior’s directives.
Brigadier Abdullah Ali Menkhes, Director General of Police Operations, Ras Al Khaimah Police, said that during the past two days, social media users shared an audio recording attributed to an Asian in which he said his daughter had been kidnapped and did not return home.
Menkhes added that as soon as a report to this effect was received, a team from the Investigations and Organized Crime Department was immediately formed and began searching in all the areas of the emirate. After completing all the legal procedures, the file was referred to the Public Prosecution, he said.
Menkhes called on the public to avoid circulating and posting rumours as they cause confusion and chaos among members of the society. He demanded that they should communicate with the competent authorities before posting any material that is far from being true; otherwise, they would be held accountable.
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