Dubai Police honored him at his workplace

An employee finds 45,000 dirhams and hands it to the police

Dubai Police honors the employee among his colleagues for his honesty.

From the source

The employee of the real estate registration services, Muhammad Saleh Al-Waqidi, found a bag containing 45,800 dirhams, a check for 70,000 dirhams and special documents, near an ATM outside a bank on Sheikh Zayed Road, and handed it over to Al Barsha Police Station, while the center worked on Verifying the identity of the owner of the bag and handing it over to him, which brought happiness to his heart and praised the security and safety in the Emirate of Dubai.

The Dubai Police General Command surprised the employee at his workplace at the Government Services Center in Al Barsha Mall, with a special honor in appreciation of his honesty and keenness to return the bag to its owner.

The Director of Al Barsha Police Station, Brigadier Abdul Rahim bin Shafee, headed a delegation from the center to the employee’s workplace and was keen to honor him among his colleagues, stressing that the honor came based on the directives of the Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalfiya Al-Marri, and his assistant for criminal investigations, Major General Expert. Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, in appreciation of his honesty and keenness to return the bag that was found to its owner, noting that Dubai Police is always keen to honor community members who have such values ​​that reflect the positive image of safety in the UAE.

Bin Shafie thanked the employee for his honesty and good initiative, and his keenness to communicate with the Al Barsha Police Station in order to reach the owner of the bag and return it to him, calling on community members to take him as an example and an example of honesty and integrity.

The employee expressed his happiness with honoring the Dubai Police and their keenness to do so in his office, noting that he had done his duty to deliver the bag to the police station after finding it so that its owner could recover his money.

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