3 Pakistani Expats arrested for stealing goods worth SAR 1,200,000


3 Pakistani Expats arrested for stealing goods worth SAR 1,200,000 Million in Riyadh. The latest update has been published by a spokesperson of security. The stolen goods from different locations worth including stores, warehouses, and others.

3 Pakistani Expats arrested for stealing goods worth SAR 1,200,000

“The media spokesman for the Riyadh region police, Major Khaled Al-Kreidis, stated that the security follow-up to combat the crimes of assault on funds and track the perpetrators. Resulted in the ability of the competent authority of the district police to arrest three violators of the residency system of Pakistani nationality in the third decade of life, who were involved in committing A number of crimes with the same pattern and criminal behavior, such as storming stores, stores and warehouses, breaking their external locks and stealing what they contain of goods and property, and the value of the stolen items is estimated at (1,200,000) riyals. (Source: Akhbaar)”

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