UAE investor’s killers nabbed at Dubai airport
The four suspects had entered the apartment of the victim to steal cash.
A four-member gang of Asians was arrested by the Ajman Police for killing an Asian investor and stealing Dh100,000 from his place. The cops nabbed three of the gang members while they were trying to flee the country through Dubai airport.
The police received a missing report of a 32-year-old investor, who used to live in an apartment in Ajman’s Al Rawda area, said Ahmed Saeed Al Nuaimi, director of criminal investigation department (CID). When the police opened the apartment, they found the investor’s body with multiple stab wounds.
The police formed a team to investigate the case and track down the culprits. They reviewed the CCTV footage and identified the suspects, who were found to be living in a neighbouring apartment of the deceased.
The police found that three of the suspects were boarding a plane at Dubai airport to flee the county. With the help of their Dubai counterparts, the suspects were caught. The fourth accomplice was arrested in Sharjah in coordination with the Sharjah Police.
During interrogation, the four suspects confessed that they had entered the apartment of the victim to steal cash. While they were rummaging the place for money, the suspect caught them red-handed and so they stabbed him several times with a knife. Following their confession, the accused were referred to public prosecution for more investigation.
Al Nuaimi urged the public to report any crime, violation, and cases that they encounter to ensure safety and security of the community members.
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