The victim was roaming in gold souq when he was interrupted by two of the defendants who asked him to pay Dhs1,800 for traffic violations that he committed while using one of the defendant’s vehicle.
A representative of the national police told Reuters the hostage-taker had initially seized six people at the bank in the port of Le Havre, but subsequently released two of them.
The victim was alerted with the sudden disappearance of two gold watches and a bracelet from his bedroom safe. All suspicion fell on the cook as he was the only one who had access to the bedroom to take care of the laundry.
A female defendant contacted the victim and made him believe that she offers massage services.
The investigations revealed that the defendant had planned to rob the victim on retaliatory step and had decided to flee back home on the same day of the incident.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred a gang of four Africans and an Asian on visit visas to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of stealing jewellery estimated at Dhs250,000, Dhs70,000, cheques and private papers from the villa of a Gulf businessman.
After receiving the report of a robbery at a house police initiated an investigation and nabbed the first suspect, who later lead police to the whereabouts of the other 8 suspects.
In January last year the victim filed a robbery report and testified that after withdrawing money from a bank, he was followed by a gang who attacked and robbed him.
A gang of robbers in India's national capital had monkeys as their unusual but very useful partners in crime. They used to rob unsuspecting people with the help of their trained monkeys.