Sharjah Police seized a gang, consisting of eight Asians, after they were involved in two monuments in a single style, by selling counterfeit gold coins (Lira), in exchange for sums of money obtained from the victims.

The Director of the Investigations and Criminal Investigations Department of Sharjah Police, Brigadier Ibrahim Musabeh Al-Ajel said that two similar communications were received in the criminal manner and the method of victimization and swindling on them, as the first report stated that a Gulf man was subjected to fraud and fraud by three Asians who installed him in an industrial area in Sharjah, after he They offered him a Lyra gold piece.

He added that after Al Khaleeji confirmed that the piece was indeed gold by displaying it to stores specialized in selling gold, he agreed with them to buy a set of them, and the place of receipt and delivery was determined, where the perpetrators handed him a black bag with the previously agreed upon gold coins, and they fled after receiving the amount, to discover after that The gold coins in the bag are imitations, not real gold.

He explained that immediately the investigation and criminal investigation officers dealt with the communication, and they were able to identify one of the perpetrators, and arrested him in one of the residential neighborhoods, and by searching the vehicle he was driving inside, they found two boxes containing fake gold and other metals of various types.

He pointed out that, by asking about the seizures, he confessed that they belonged to him and a group of his partners, who offered them for sale to people after their delusion that they were real gold, and all the perpetrators were caught, and they admitted their involvement in the fraud and fraud process, and the investigations of the detectives revealed their involvement in another communication in the same manner, and they were stopped And transfer them to the Public Prosecution in Sharjah.

Warning from sellers of illusion

The Director of the Sharjah Police Criminal Investigations and Investigations Department, Brigadier Ibrahim Musabih Al-Urjel, warned members of the public not to fall into the tricks and clutches of people with weak souls, who sell illusion to them for illicit financial gain.

He called on community members to complete the sale and purchase of precious metals from outlets approved by the official authorities, stressing that the Sharjah Police will spare no effort to maintain community security and safety, and that it is able to pursue criminals and expose their scams, whatever their eagerness.

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