Two Saudis arrested for impersonating cops and committing robberies

Cairo: Saudi police have arrested two citizens for allegedly impersonating security personnel and committing robberies against expatriates, a security official has said.

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Both suspects, in their 50s, were arrested in the region of Al Qassim in central Saudi Arabia, spokesman for local police Lt. Col. Badr Al Suhaibani added.

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The official said that police had found in their possession SR30,000 amassed from robbing migrant workers.

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Meanwhile, police arrested in Riyadh arrested a Sudanese expat allegedly for committing a number of robberies against pedestrians, the city’s police spokesman Major Khaled Al Karidis said, according to the Saudi news agency SPA.

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The suspect, in his 40s, is also accused of stealing vehicles’ number plates and refixing them on his car for his crimes to mislead police.

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He allegedly shot at another expatriate’s car, the official added.

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