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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
An African gang of 6 men was prosecuted by the Dubai Criminal Court for robbing an Arab accountant of Dhs220,000.
Official records indicate that the victim was coming out of an exchange after withdrawing the money when he was suddenly attacked by two of the defendants.
The first defendant tripped the victim to the ground, while the second one grabbed the money bag and fled the place.
The victim reported the robbery to police, who in turn carried out intensive investigations to discover the identity of the robbers.
After identifying the defendants, police arrested them one after the other.
During investigations the first defendant testified that he planned such robberies by stalking victims coming out of exchange shops to steal their money.
They were all arrested and prosecuted on robbery charges.
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