Ajman Police officers pose for a photograph with the elderly man.
The Ajman Police rescued an Arab elderly man who got lost in the Nuaimiya area in Ajman.
The police reunited him with his family. He was in good health.
According to Lieutenant Colonel Mohammed Abdullah Bushehab, Head of Al Nuaimiya Comprehensive Police Station, a police patrol located the elderly man after receiving information about him. The police learnt that he left his home and lost his way back in Al Nuaimiya area.
The patrol hosted the man inside the station and gave him all the care he needed until they located his home.
Following intensive investigations in the area, the police managed to identify the man’s family and where he lived, Bushehab said.
The policemen then took the man and retunited with his family. The family appreciated the kind gesture by the Ajman Police for shouldering the responsibility towards the elderly man and returning him home safely.
Bushehab called on the public to take extreme caution towards the elderly and never leave them unattended to ensure their safety and avoid endangering their lives.
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