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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 10/04/2014
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Sleuths have arrested two Asian nationals for committing 34 thefts in Al Khoudh, Seeb, Bausher, Ruwi, Muttrah and Barka.


Two men in a car doing rounds of a residential area raised the suspicion of a patrol unit from Al Khoudh, an official said. ''ROP officials asked the driver to stop the car. Inquiry revealed that the vehicle they were in was a stolen one. ''The men were arrested. Sleuth also seized iron saws and electric cables from the vehicle.''


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One held for illegally selling alcohol


The Directorate of Inquiries and Criminal Investigations in Dhahirah governorate has arrested an Asian national for illegally selling alcohol in the wilayat of Ibri.


An official at the ROP said that the man was caught red-handed from his residence with a large quantity of alcohol.


He has been referred to the Public Prosecution for trial.


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Mobile traffic safety unit concludes activities for March


The mobile traffic safety unit concluded activities for the month of March at the Sroor Basic Education School in Samail with an open day organised by the school for its female teachers and students. This was followed by a visit to the Directorate of Education in Buraimi, with the participation of the Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulances and the Directorate of Traffic.


Nearly 1,500 people visited the unit where officials held seven awareness lectures on reasons behind accidents, their social and economic impact and psychological consequences. The dangers of speeding, wrong overtaking and use of mobile phones while driving were also discussed. The unit also visited the office of the Wali of Quriyat and the Al Buhaiyrah Park in the wilayat.


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Shop worker in Bidbid stabbed, assailant caught


A citizen was arrested on Tuesday on charges of stabbing a shopping centre employee in Saih al Ahmar in Bidbid in a robbery bid.


The victim had reportedly tried to tackle the robber, but was stabbed. The attacker was arrested by officials from the Police Command in Bidbid the following day and the weapon was found from his vehicle. <

 


Muscat Daily




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