Dubai Police chief laudes the team who skillfully utilised artificial intelligence technologies to arrest the suspects as they were trying to steal their first luxury car which is worth Dhs1.3 million.
A holding company has won its legal dispute against a convenience store that sought to terminate a Dh1.3m-lease-contract citing financial losses due to coronavirus.
A female customs officer suspected the defendant’s behaviour upon his arrival at the airport and consequently requested him to undergo a luggage search.
The incident took place last December, when the defendant came across an employee assigned to check passport and visa details of travellers. It took seconds for the experienced employee to notice the fake stamp.
A gang of three Asians was imprisoned and referred to criminal court on robbery charges for stealing electric cables worth Dhs122,000, from a Dubai construction company.
One of the suspects confessed that he threw about 50,000 fake euros in the Al Quoz Industrial Zone aiming to increase the number of followers of his personal account on social media.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a gang of three Asians, one of whom is a fugitive, to one year in jail each, after they were convicted of forging official electronic documents, breach of trust, seizing a vehicle and exporting it to an Arab country with the forged documents.
Two brothers from Comoros were arrested by Dubai Police for stealing cars in Dubai. Second brother was held several days after the first one was nabbed. Both used the same modus operandi to commit their crime.
A 22-year-old African worker was referred to criminal court along with his runaway accomplices for robbing a man of his phone and Dhs970 in Dubai.