Shamma and Maryam Al Marzooqi with 'Amna' – the Dubai Police mascot.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Dubai Police have made the dream of two siblings come true by taking them on a ride in one of their luxury cars.
Shamma and Maryam Al Marzooqi have always wished to welcome the police cops to their home and ride in one of Dubai Police’s world-famous luxury cars.
A delegation from the Security Awareness Department at the General Department of Community Happiness in Dubai Police coordinated the surprise visit with the Al Muraqqabat Police Station.
Dubai Police officers also congratulated the girls for obtaining educational awards and honoured them with gifts and certificates of appreciation.
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Shamma had won the award of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum for Distinguished Academic Performance in the Distinguished Student Category for the twenty-third cycle, and her sister, Maryam, had also been awarded the Emirates Award in the Distinguished Student Category in the third cycle.
The delegation included a team from the Security Awareness Department headed by First Lieutenant Khaled Saqr Al-Hai and the participation of Sergeant Manal Al-Gohary from the "Schools Security" initiative at Al-Muraqqabat Police Station, and with the recreational participation of "Amna" – the Dubai Police mascot.
The Al Marzooqi sisters were extremely delighted to receive the force at their home and hear about policing and how police patrols operate.
They felt immensely happy to ride in a supercar police patrol.
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