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Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Criminal Investigation Department of the Sharjah Police General Command revealed the mystery of a murder in which a twenty-year-old Arab woman was killed.
The body was found in her car.
The details of the incident refer to a report coming from a woman to the Operations Room at exactly (03:15) Friday, stating that a person known to them kidnapped her daughter and there were previous disputes.
It was revealed that the incident took place in one of the parking lots of her residence in Sharjah.
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Accordingly, the concerned teams moved to the site to investigate the circumstances of the crime, and by examining the cameras at the site, it was found that the person attacked the woman in her vehicle, which was in the parking lot of the building in which she lives, and stabbed her several times, and fled in the victim’s car, while she was in the vehicle.
Colonel Faisal Bin Nassar, Deputy Director of the Department of Criminal Investigation and Investigation, said that through the search and investigation procedures carried out by the team, the victim's vehicle and her body were found.
The suspect escaped from the scene.
Through extensive search, the culprit was found on a beach hiding from the police.
The offender was arrested in a record time of not more than 120 minutes.
Under duress, he confessed to killing the victim, due to personal differences, and a case against the offender was registered and transferred to the Public Prosecution.
Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, praised the efficiency of the criminal investigation teams, and their constant keenness to maintain security and safety in the emirate, explaining that the speed of identifying the offender in record time, and arresting him, provides evidence of the progress that has become benchmark of progress.
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The suspects involved were arrested after the incident took place, that lead to the death of a 25 year-old Emirati man, and the injury of his 26 year-old brother.
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