A gang was arrested in Dubai that impersonated police officers to seize money
The UAE security authorities were able to arrest a gang in Dubai that impersonated police officers to seize the money of others, stealing 268 thousand euros from an Arab investor who was heading to the exchange office in Dubai, and the Dubai Court of Appeal upheld the decision to imprison them.
In Dubai, several members of a group that pretended to be police officers in order to steal money were apprehended.
The UAE security officials were able to apprehend a gang in Dubai that impersonated police officers in order to seize the money of others. They stole 268 thousand euros from an Arab investor who was headed to the exchange office in Dubai, and the Dubai Court of Appeal confirmed the decision to imprison them as a result of their actions.
A financial fraud gang was arrested in the UAE
The UAE has made an arrest in connection with a financial fraud ring, After pretending to be police officers, a group consisting of three citizens of the Gulf region and one African took 268 thousand euros from an Arab investor and his assistant. They were all taken into custody while they were in possession of some of the money as well as stuff that they had purchased with the money that had been stolen. They were deemed to be responsible for the offense by the Dubai Criminal Court, which also decided that each of them should serve a sentence of six months in prison and pay a fine equal to the total amount of money stolen. Comparable to the currency used in the Emirate, and the expulsion of the African from the country after he has completed his sentence. In addition, the judge ordered that each of the convicted parties should individually pay a sum totaling 51,000 dirhams as interim civil compensation and hand back 530,000 dirhams and 9,700 euros, which represent a portion of the money that had been taken from him. The decision was upheld by the Court of Appeals.
A gang steals money in Dubai through fraud
In Dubai, money is stolen by a gang through several fraudulent schemes, The facts surrounding this case took place in December of last year, when an Arab investor submitted a report alleging that he had been robbed while he was walking with his assistant in the Naif neighborhood of Dubai. The report stated that the robbery took place while the two men were in Dubai. When the informant was on his way to an exchange office in order to convert 268,000 euros into Emirati dirhams, he observed that people were observing him, as stated in the statement that the informant provided. The informant continued to provide information regarding the investigations by stating that he altered his route and entered one of the side streets, after which two people followed him and questioned what was included in the bag. After assuring them that the money was his own, he went ahead and went to the location in question. Two further individuals, one of whom claimed to be from the police money laundering squad, requested for receipts verifying his legal possession of the money. The other two individuals tried to pull the bag, as his aide intervened to prevent them from doing so, but the thieves were successful in stealing the money and from the location. He informed the authorities about what had happened.