The victim stated that he offered a dog he owned for sale on a social networking site, adding that a man contacted him and requested to inspect the dog before buying it and they both agreed to a place where they could meet.
The case dated back to November last year when the Criminal Investigation Department received a tip-off that a girl under 18 was being exploited to work as a prostitute by a group of women.
Officials of the NCA-UK thanked the Dubai Police for their good coordination, high professionalism, swift action in arresting Moogan, and lauded the great cooperation between the force and Interpol. They also praised the exceptional role of Dubai Police in combating organised crime and arresting perpetrators.
The successful application of micro-CT tool mark analysis reflects, once again, Dubai Police’s keenness on keeping pace with the latest scientific advances across all fields and utilising available technologies in the policing work,” Al Mansouri said.
Details of the incident indicate that the victim was peacefully driving his taxi at midnight, when he was stopped by the defendant who pretended to be a customer and asked to be dropped to a specific location.
An investigation into the incident had been ordered by the UAE Attorney General on Wednesday following an urgent report that was submitted by the Public Prosecution's federal investigation office.
The case dates back to last October, when the two victims filed a robbery report, pointing out that they were assigned by their company to cash a Dhs4 million cheque and had headed out to a bank in Sheikh Zayed Road.
The incident dates back to last February, when a report was filed by the victim company, stating that the school bus had been stolen and its GPS shows that it is located at a car showroom in Sharjah.
The incident occurred during March this year, when the 28-year-old Asian victim showed up at the police station to report about an African gang who lured and attacked him at an apartment in Dubai.