5 arrested in Riyadh for stealing vehicles and other crimes

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5 arrested in Riyadh for stealing vehicles and other crimes. Today (Wednesday), Riyadh Region Police arrested 5 citizens who were involved in committing a number of crimes, including stealing vehicles, dismantling their parts, and other crimes.

5 arrested in Riyadh for stealing vehicles and other crimes

The media spokesman for the district police, Khaled Al-Kreidis, explained that all those involved were in the third decade of life when 3 stolen vehicles were seized in the house of one of them, 2 of which were dismantled in parts.

Al-Kreidis added that the five citizens were arrested, and all initial legal measures were taken against them and referred to the Public Prosecution.

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