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2 nabbed in Fujairah for allegedly raping maid PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 08 January 2013 12:21

Two young suspects were arrested for raping an Ethiopian maid in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The arrested duo had recently been released after serving a jail term for stealing the contents of 30 cars in Fujairah. The details in the alleged rape date back to the past week when security personnel in Fujairah received a tipoff from an Ethiopian maid reporting that she had been raped by two young men.
Based on the descriptions provided by the victim, the police began looking for the suspects. Suspecting two youth, HA and AG, who had been recently released and who matched the descriptions, the police arrested them. The duo is being interrogated in preparation for the referral of the case to court.
(The Gulf Today.com)


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