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An African gang were arrested and referred to criminal court for assaulting and robbing a British man of his belongings in a Dubai hotel room.
The gang used a social media account to offer fake massage services and lure the victim into a hotel room.
A female defendant contacted the victim and made him believe that she offers massage services.
When the victim arrived to the room, he was surprised to see the defendants, two females and three males, and they all managed to tie him up to complete the robbery.
They stole Dhs1,800 and an iPhone 11 Pro from the victim.
Apparently, a previous report was filed against the defendants, accusing them of committing the robbery several times.
When police arrived to the scene, they found that the defendants ran away except for two of them.
A police officer pursued one of the defendants, but the defendant assaulted the officer and managed to flee by jumping from a balcony.
While another female defendant tried to flee the scene by jumping from the same balcony, but unfortunately fell to her death.
Investigations revealed the identity of the runaway defendants and they were all arrested and charged with assault and robbery.
The five-member gang, comprising four men and a woman, all Asians, had entered the country on visit visas.
During one of the inspections, the two mounted officers spotted a car moving suspiciously. Consequently, they checked the plate number and found that the number was not matching the car's description in the system.
The defendant attempted to rob an Asian woman under duress by threatening her with a knife but had to leave her and run away as she sought help from passersby.
Police investigations revealed the identity of the two suspects, after referring back to the multiple similar thefts and they were both arrested.
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According to his statement, he saw a person resisting the defendants who forced him to get into their vehicle and fled away but he could take down its plate number and informed the police accordingly.
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