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UAQ Police search for missing Emirati


The Emirati man has been missing since May 17.

The Umm Al Quwain Police are calling on the public to help them find an Emirati man who has been missing since 17 May, 2020.

The police have published on their Twitter account a picture of the Emirati man requesting the public for help.

One can contact the police on 06-7062999 to provide information.

Earlier this month, the Ras Al Khaimah police reunited a missing Asian girl, 13, with her family. Her story was circulated on social media including an audio recording by her father in which he said she was kidnapped.  The police later denied kidnapping.

And preliminary investigations showed the girl was in Sharjah, and left her house of her own free will due to family circumstances.

In May, Sharjah Police General Directorate successfully tracked down three people who went missing  in Khor Fakkan’s mountains.

The trio included two 33-year-old women, of Belarusian and Latvian nationalities, and a 35-year-old Arab man.

The two women were first found by rescue teams. Both were found in a good condition while the Arab man was found dead. The body was immediately transferred to forensics to determine the cause of death.

The rescue mission lasted for a couple of hours until the two women were found, and immediate medical care was provided to ensure their wellbeing.

In July, the National Search and Rescue Centre, in co-ordination with the Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarters, carried out a search and rescue mission for a 62-year-old Emirati missing in Al Faya Desert of Abu Dhabi.

The Abu Dhabi Police’s operations room received a report on an Emirati in his sixties missing in Al Faya Desert of Abu Dhabi and suffering from chronic diseases and heart problems.

Using a search and rescue plane, the operation room’s team assigned to look for the missing Emirati was able to find him after his car had been stuck in the desert.

The missing Emirati was evacuated to Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City for necessary medical treatment.

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