Security authorities arrest 6 Pakistanis for stealing 700,000 riyals and 1.3 million riyals worth of recharge cards in Riyadh

Riyadh police arrest 6 Pakistanis for stealing 700,000 riyals and 1.3 million riyals worth of recharge cards

The media spokesman for the Riyadh police, Major Khaled Al-Kreidis, announced that the security authorities have arrested 6 Pakistanis, who violated the residency system, and stole 700,000 riyals and recharge cards worth 1.3 million riyals from a commercial establishment specializing in communications in Riyadh.

Al-Kreidis explains that they were in their forties, demolished a portion of the building’s external wall, broke the main safe, and stole cash worth 700,000 riyals and recharge cards worth(1,300,000) riyals.

Police recovered stolen recharge cards from their possession as well as a portion of the stolen cash.

They were remanded in custody pending further questioning and trial by the Public Prosecution, he said.

Riyadh police arrest 6 Pakistanis for stealing 700,000 riyals and 1.3 million riyals worth of recharge cards
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