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Two Arabs find wallets full of money, hand over to Ajman Police


Ghaith Khalifa Al Kaabi honours Abdul Nasser Najeh Al Shishtawy at a Ajman police station.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The Ajman Police General Command, represented by Lieutenant Colonel Ghaith Khalifa Al Kaabi, Chief of the City Comprehensive Police Station, honoured two Arabs, Mohammed Bashir Hassan, a Sudanese, and Abdul Nasser Najeh Al Shishtawy, an Egyptian, for their honesty and their sense of social responsibility by returning two wallets containing money and bank cards they found in public places in the Emirate of Ajman.

The two Arabs immediately rushed to the city comprehensive police station and handed the wallets to the police.

Al Kaabi handed the Arabs two certificates of appreciation for their honesty and returning the things they found.


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In September 2020, the Dubai Police honoured Rich James Kamal Kumar for his honesty as he handed over a bag with $14,000 in cash and gold worth Dhs200,000 he had found to the Al Qusais Police Station.

Brigadier Yousef Abdullah Salim Al Adidi, Director of Al Qusais Police Station, awarded Kumar, to emphasise the importance of collaboration between the community and police.

Brigadier Al Adidi reaffirmed Dubai Police's keenness on strengthening the concept of community partnership and reinforcing the sense of responsibility among individuals towards the wellbeing of the society.

Kumar thanked the Dubai Police for awarding him and expressed that this honour gave him pride and joy.

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