Stolen jewellery worth OMR20,000 returned to owner - thanks to ROP
May 16, 2019 | 5:43 PM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: The Royal Oman Police (ROP) recovered stolen jewellery worth OMR20,000 belonging to an Asian expat.

According to ROP officials, unidentified people broke into the expat’s apartment in the Wilayat of Bousher.

In an online statement, the ROP said: “Muscat Governorate Police Command managed to hand over a stolen jewellery to an expat of Asian nationality valued OMR20,000 after burglars broke into his apartment two days ago.”

The statement added, “The police received a report from the victim that his flat was raided after the suspect broke the door and stole jewelry.”

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