They used to send fake text SMS to customers or communicate with them by phone, informing them that they needed to update the data of their personal bank accounts to avoid suspension of their banking services.
Lt. Col. Mohammed Allay Al Naqbi, Director of the Traffic and Patrol Department of Sharjah Police, confirmed that Sharjah Police are keen implement the strategic objectives of the UAE Ministry of the Interior to improve road safety and reduce road accidents and deaths.
According to Abu Al Zoud, the house owner, who discovered that his trailer and trip gear had been stolen, checked the surveillance cameras to find that the theft took place in the early morning.
The suspects offered the potential victims samples of original golden pieces with Islamic inscriptions on them that were not available in the local market.
Colonel Omer Ahmed Abu Al Zoud, CID Director, explained that the CID received a number of complaints about an anonymous man who impersonated a security man to steal people’s money and take their personal belongings.
The Deputy Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department stressed that the police leaderships in the UAE are uniting their security efforts to maintain the safety and security of drivers and pedestrians on the roads.
The Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police stressed the importance of raising awareness of cybercrime, which is a global challenge in light of the increasing use of technology in all areas of life...