Dubai Police hand over two wanted men to Pak authorities

The suspects were wanted by the Interpol for different murder charges in their homeland.

By Amira Agarib/principal Correspondent

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Published: Sat 23 May 2015, 12:01 AM

Last updated: Thu 25 Jun 2015, 7:47 PM

Dubai - The Dubai Police on Thursday handed over two wanted men to the Pakistani authorities as the latter had issued arrest warrants against them for their involvement in two murder cases in their homecountry.

The two suspects who were wanted by the Interpol were arrested in Dubai following the legal procedures through the official channels. According to Major-General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Assistant Commander-in-Chief of the Dubai Police, the criminal investigation department (CID) team that was monitoring the movements of the suspects and following up on the case arrested the duo, identified as A.S and A.M, who were charged for two different murder cases in their homeland. He said the Dubai Police received arrest warrants from the Interpol as per the request of the Pakistani authorities and as per the agreements and cooperation between the UAE and Pakistan.

Major Saeed Abdulla Al Qimzi, Deputy Director of General Department of Wanted Fugitives, said that the Dubai Police received the arrest warrant in March.

The police team managed to arrest them after Pakistan authorities sent across the extradition documents along with files and evidences that proved their involvement in the murder crimes according the legal procedures.

  The Dubai Court has ruled the hand over of the two suspects to the Pakistan authorities is complete and the duo left the UAE on Wednesday evening. -amira@khaleejtimes.com



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