The gang hacked into his email and swindled over Dhs232,000 after forging official papers and documents related to some cases.
Brigadier Abdullah Khadim Sorour, Director of Bur Dubai Police Station, praised Rafeeq for honesty and for handing over the large sum to the nearest police station.
The court records indicate that a lawsuit was filed by the company’s director, in which she demanded that the employee must pay an amount of Dhs738,000 that he embezzled, as well as compensate for the material and moral damages with an amount of Dhs2.5 million.
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She also demanded the father pay the salary of two maids and a driver and provide a modern car for transportation.
All employees denied the accusations, but later the manager received a call from the defendant, confessing to committing the robbery and showing regret for his actions.
For about a fortnight now the dollar has been fighting to hold the line after dropping 10% from a March peak. The euro fell about 0.4% to a one-week low of $1.1797 in Asia. The outlier was the yuan, which rose as far as 6.8250 per dollar in the onshore market.
Against a basket of six major currencies, the dollar index slid on Tuesday to a two-year low at 91.775.
The euro reached as high as $1.1997 in Asian trading hours, its highest since May 2018 and leaving it up 7.5% in three months.