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Mohammed Yaseen, Staff Reporter
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a security guard of a company and his accomplice to three months in jail to be followed by deportation and fined them Dhs97,000 for abusing his power as a security guard and making it easy for others to steal sugar and raw materials worth Dhs97,000.
The defendant agreed with Asians to cover the surveillance cameras inside the company’s warehouse in Dubai Investments Park against Dhs5,000.
The case dates back to last October when a manager of the company filed a complaint in which he stated that the company’s security guard and anonymous people were involved in a theft.
The complainant added in the interrogations that on the following day of the incident, he discovered that 240 cartons of sugar and other raw materials had been stolen.
After checking the surveillance cameras, he saw the security guard covering some cameras inside the warehouse without noticing that there was another surveillance camera, the manager added.
The video tapes showed the security guard opening the door of the warehouse and helping others load two cartons into their truck, he said, adding that he called the police and handed the video tapes over to them. The security guard was summoned accordingly.
According to the official documents, the security guard confessed to having helped others steal materials from the company’s warehouse against Dhs5,000.
He then led the police to where the man he agreed with on the theft was staying.
After being arrested, the man confessed to the theft in collaboration with another man who is still at large.
Official records point out that the defendant and his accomplices had intercepted the victims' way in the middle of the night, and brutally beat each of them until they gave up their money.
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