By Staff writer
The man justified his criminal deeds as a revenge to a dispute over some money and gifts that his ex-fiancee refused to return
Dubai Police arrested a man who decided to take revenge against his ex-fiancée by pouring liquid solvent over hers and her family's three vehicles.
The director of Bur Dubai Police station, Brigadier Abdullah Khadem bin Suroor, revealed that a report was filed by the victim regarding vehicles that were parked outside their house in Al Quoz area.
"The CCTV footage of the victims' residence showed masked perpetrators on motorcycles pouring chemical liquids over the cars before fleeing the crime scene," Brig. bin Suroor said.
Using the latest technologies, Dubai Police investigations identified one of the offenders, based on his physique and the clothes he was wearing, which were the same distinctive clothes he wore when the crime was committed.
"During the interrogation, the offender confessed to his crime and said that he committed the crime with the help of two friends," Brig bin Suroor said.
"He justified his criminal deeds as a revenge to a dispute over some money and gifts that his ex-fiancée refused to return when they had broken the engagement," he added.
According to Brig bin Suroor, the man's anger was triggered when his ex-fiancée told him off and said: "I owe you nothing!"