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The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian gang of five members to criminal court for breaking into one of Dubai’s supermarkets and stealing cash and items worth Dhs35,000.
Details of the incident date back to last March, when the defendants ganged up and began to execute their robbery plan in the middle of the night.
The next morning, the victim – the manager of the supermarket – opened its doors to find out that an amount of Dhs10,000 was missing, along with multiple phones worth Dhs20,000, and 2 traveling bags plus perfume bottles worth Dhs5,000.
Apparently, the defendants had used the travelling bags to move their loot.
The victim called police to the scene, and the defendants were identified through their fingerprints through the wrench they used to break into the supermarket’s door.In August, the Dubai Public Prosecution referred two unemployed Asian men to the criminal court for breaking into a supermarket in Dubai and stealing around Dhs4,000 and 40 packs of cigarettes.
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