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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A gang of three Asians was imprisoned and referred to criminal court on robbery charges for stealing electric cables worth Dhs122,000, from a Dubai construction company.
Court records reveal that the robbery took place last December. The gang kept a close watch on the company and waited for the right moment to strike.
They waited until the security guard had left the company’s warehouse then broke the locks using a cutting object and stole the electric cables.
Upon his return, the security guard noticed the robbery and immediately informed his managers, who in turn reported the incident to police.
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