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Imprisonment of gang members who stole a company in cooperation with its employees
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The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a two-year prison sentence and a fine of 253,000 dirhams to a gang of six defendants, who stole 253,000 dirhams under duress from a company, after three of them impersonated policemen and stormed the company’s headquarters.

The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a two-year prison sentence and a fine of 253,000 dirhams to a gang of six defendants, who stole 253,000 dirhams under duress from a company, after three of them impersonated policemen and stormed the company’s headquarters, and forced one of its employees to open the iron safe and stole the amount, with complicity,Together with two other defendants who are employees of the same company, they instructed the thieves to locate the money and how to steal it, and even played the role of the victim during the execution of the crime, in addition to a sixth defendant who took over the transfer of the accused.

The owner of the victim company said, during the Public Prosecution’s investigations, that he was at the company’s headquarters in the Frij Al-Marar area, accompanied by four employees, and he was surprised by three people coming to the company’s headquarters, putting masks on their faces and wearing gloves, and claiming that they are detectives without showing their identities. Or proof that they are from the police.

He added that the defendants proceeded to search the company until they found an iron safe, so they asked him to hand them over the key, but he claimed that he did not have it in his possession, then two of them beat him severely, punching him in the face, while the third stood at the door of the company watching the place, then they searched him and found His pocket was on the key, then they stole 253 thousand and 500 dirhams of the revenues of the place, then left and closed the door of the company from the outside on the victim and his colleagues, so the latter used a spare key and went out and informed the police.