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Dubai Police released the photo of an unidentified body.
The Dubai Police General Headquarters are calling upon members of the community to help identify the body of a man who passed away in an accident that took place on 25th of July at Dubai-Hatta Road.
The deceased man is of an Asian nationality, with physical description of an average height, thin body built, light-bearded, with thick black hair and wearing a beige-coloured shirt and pants.
Police have not received any missing persons report since the discovery of the body.
The body was transferred to the Dubai Police’s Forensic Science and Criminology Department, and was immediately examined for the cause of death.
Dubai Police urge the public to come forward with any information that they have about the deceased man, and to call the toll number (901) to provide the necessary information.
In coordination with the Philippine Consulate General in Dubai, the Philippine Embassy in Abu Dhabi issued an official statement without providing details on the case, “local law enforcement authorities” are currently investigating.
Dubai Police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the man in the picture, who died in a run-over accident on Al Itihad road prior to Al Nahda Bridge, within the jurisdiction area of Al Qusais Police Station.
The victim’s friend witnessed that on the day of the incident, he gathered with the victim, the defendant and another friend to drink together and spend time.
Any information to help identify the deceased can be forwarded to the Dubai Police Call Centre: 04-901
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