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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
An Asian gang of 8 members were booked by police and referred to criminal court, after they broke into a warehouse in Dubai to steal medical supplies worth Dhs35,000.
Official records indicate that the gang had distributed roles among them and used two separate vehicles to execute their robbery plan.
They broke into the warehouse and stole medical supplies of different kinds worth Dhs35,000, and planned to split the money equally between them.
However, police nabbed them one by one with the help from the surveillance cameras, which have captured their crime.
The gang were prosecuted on robbery charges.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian cook and worker, aged 35 and 41, to criminal court for breaking into an international restaurant’s tip box and stealing Dhs10,000 from it.
The suspect communicated with an Asian woman who owns a medical company to sell protective vests and told her that he could sell to her at prices lower than the institution's prices.
The victim was alerted with the sudden disappearance of two gold watches and a bracelet from his bedroom safe. All suspicion fell on the cook as he was the only one who had access to the bedroom to take care of the laundry.
Apparently, the defendant attempted to steal the entire ATM machine using an electric drill, and cable-cutting machine in order to detach the ATM and take it along.
He was arrested and legal measures were taken against him, and he was referred to the Public Prosecution.
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