Jew­ellery stolen from school safe

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Three men are ac­cused of break­ing into a school and steal­ing gold and jew­ellery worth Dhs100,000 and Dhs150,000 in cash. Dubai Court of First In­stance heard the two Ye­me­nis and an Egyp­tian robbed the school’s safe, steal­ing cash and the jew­ellery, which be­longed to a 45-year-old ac­coun­tant. He had per­mis­sion from the man­age­ment to keep his valu­ables in the safe. Pros­e­cu­tors said that, in May last year, the Ye­me­nis, aged 29 and 50, the 55-year-old Egyp­tian and a fourth sus­pect, who is at large, broke into the school. A po­lice­man told pros­e­cu­tors the sus­pects had been in­volved in a sim­i­lar heist be­fore. He said: “Dur­ing the in­ter­ro­ga­tion, the sus­pects con­fessed. Two of them stayed out­side to keep watch while the other two broke into the school... Some of the stolen jew­ellery was re­cov­ered at the Ye­me­nis’ res­i­dence in Aj­man.” Judge Fa­had Al Shamsi ad­journed the case.

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