The Sharjah Criminal Court adjourned to Jan.28 the case of two Asian suspects charged with stealing electrical equipment from a residential villa. The court also ordered the continued imprisonment of the suspects.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Sunday started the trial of a gang of three African brothers who stole from several vehicles. The suspects were arrested when they broke the quarter glass of a vehicle and nicked what was inside.
An Asian foreman, 28, seized the chance of supervising a group of workers installing solar panels to enter a villa and steal two diamond rings.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Arab salesman, 24, working in a store for selling jewellery to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of stealing around Dhs65,000 in several currencies from his place of work.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Tuesday charged two Arab visitors with stealing the contents of a sports bag containing a mobile phone, and threatening the owner with publishing her videos and pictures on the phone, in return for Dhs2,000.
Two unemployed Asians have been charged with stealing around Dhs40,000, in both UAE and foreign currencies, from a computer network store.
Official records indicate that the suspect had mugged the victim’ handbag, with the help of an accomplice, and stole her phone along with it.
An Asian worker stole Dhs3,000 from a private vehicle he used to clean daily for a woman in the same establishment. The public prosecution referred the defendant to the criminal court, which heard the first session of the case on Monday.
The Sharjah Criminal Court looked into three cases in which an Asian was charged with theft and damaging companies and construction sites for stealing electrical cables, conniving with two others.
The Dubai Criminal Court on Wednesday looked into the case of a 24-year-old Asian security guard charged with conniving with a friend to steal Dhs48,000 and 2 cheques, from an office in the building he was guarding after he disrupted the surveillance cameras to facilitate the theft that the friend committed.