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Dubai Police honour worker who returned valuables
By a Staff Reporter January 02, 2018
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DUBAI: Brigadier Yousef Abdullah Al Adidi, Director of Al-Qusais Police Station, honoured a cleaning worker for his honesty and good conduct. He delivered jewellery with diamonds which he found at his workplace to the Dubai Police.

The cleaning worker reportedly found a bag containing gold jewellery inlaid with diamonds valued at about Dhs200,000, and handed it over to the Qusais police station.

The step comes in recognition of the keenness of the Dubai Police to strengthen the concept of community partnership with various segments of society.

Al-Adidi handed over to the Indian national worker a certificate of thanks and appreciation and a gift for his good conduct and honesty, encouraging others to follow the same example.
 

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