Alarm traps burglar gang

The Sharjah Police, on Tuesday, arrested a gang of five Pakistani men, allegedly for a number of burglaries in commercial outlets in the emirate. An official with the Sharjah Police said two of the gang members were arrested red-handed while trying to break into a money exchange in the Sharjah Industrial Area No. 11.

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Two more stolen cars recovered

The Dubai Police have recovered two luxurious cars, which were stolen and smuggled out by a gang to a foreign country. Brig. Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Director of the General Department of Criminal Investigation at the Dubai Police, said that the two cars, which cost about Dh600,000, are part of 56 cars stolen by the gang, including 20 from Dubai and 36 from a neighbouring emirate.

Accountant locked up for Dh305,000 fraud

A woman accountant was sentenced to three months in jail by the Court of First Instance on Monday for swindling more than Dh305,000 from her employer after tampering with cheques he had given her for office expenses.

Major international gang of drug smugglers busted

Major international gang of drug smugglers busted

The General Department of Anti Narcotics of the Dubai Police have arrested 21 smugglers and seized 18kg of heroin. The suspects are members and agents of an international gang which has exploiting the poor to transport the drugs.

Building safety certificate for Dh10,000!

Building safety certificate for Dh10,000!

A corporal with the General Directorate of Civil Defence allegedly solicited a bribe of Dh10,000 from an engineer for issuing the latter a building safety certificate, a court heard on Sunday.

Major international gang of drug smugglers busted

Major international gang of drug smugglers busted

DUBAI — The General Department of Anti Narcotics of the Dubai Police have arrested 21 smugglers and seized 18kg of heroin. The suspects are members and agents of an international gang which has exploiting the poor to transport the drugs.

Indecent proposal lands man in trouble

DUBAI — A 52-year-old businessman allegedly molested a married woman aged 21as he was taking her in his car to help her with a job, the Court of First Instance heard on Sunday.