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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter
A 27-year-old Arab man was apprehended and prosecuted on attempted robbery charges, after he attacked a supermarket’s cashier employee with a knife in Dubai.
The incident took place last November, when the defendant entered the supermarket and suddenly attacked the woman cashier using a knife in an attempt to steal the cash box.
The defendant threatened to hurt her if she did not hand all the money to him.
The manager heard the cashier’s screams and headed to her rescue without hesitation.
He attempted to tackle the defendant, but was also threatened with the knife.
The burglar managed to steal Dhs8,800 from the cash box, and grabbed the manager’s phone before fleeing.
Luckily, the supermarket’s security guard was standing ready to capture the defendant, and successfully caught him until police arrived to the scene.
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