Kenyan man on the run in Dubai after stealing Sh137 million
10 months ago, 8 Mar 10:25
Police in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have launched a massive manhunt for a Kenyan man after he allegedly stele Sh137 million (Dh5 million) in Dubai. According to Khaleej Times, the unnamed security guard disappeared after stealing the money from a vehicle that was transporting the cash to an ATM at a popular shopping mall in the city. The daily reports that the man pulled a fast one on his colleagues by distracting them at the mall before vanishing with the millions. They added that the rare heist in the country happened at around 10:30 pm. Citizens in the Middle Eastern country have commented on the theft with some slamming the alleged thief for soiling the reputation of his home country, Kenya. Gladys: What a shame. Such a Selfish human being who doesn't think about the reputation of his fellow county and it's people. (I am a Kenyan...and this is disgusting) Omer: So sad news bt Dubai police is best police in world so they will caught the thief soon InshAllah Mumtaz: Dubai police is very smart and intelligent. We are confident that the thief / criminal will be caught very soon. Lisa: These are the kind of Kenyans who are messing up our reputation in UAE. I hope this is the last incident of tainting our beautiful country name The amount stolen rivals that of last year’s historic tunnel robbery at the KCB bank, Thika branch, after a gang dug and stole sh50 million. They reportedly used oxy-acetylene welding technology to generate a flame that they used to drill holes into the two bank safes that had the loot.
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