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Man Who Fatally Stabbed Woman and Set Fire to Ajman Shop Apprehended Within 10 Minutes

The suspect fatally stabbed an Asian woman and inflicted serious injuries upon three other individuals

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Published on May 7, 2024, 12:31:40


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The Ajman Police swiftly apprehended a suspect involved in a tragic incident of murder and arson -- within a mere 10 minutes after he ignited a major blaze within a store located in the emirate's industrial zone.

According to law enforcement officials, the individual in question fatally stabbed an Asian woman and inflicted serious injuries upon three other individuals, all of whom were identified as Asians.

Lieutenant-Colonel Saeed Ali Al Madhani, Deputy Director of the Operations Department at Ajman Police, stated that a team was promptly dispatched following a report received by the operations room regarding the alleged murder and fire outbreak within a commercial establishment.

Upon arrival at the scene, police units discovered that the suspect had utilised a sharp weapon to assault the woman and three other employees of the store before initiating the blaze.

Fortunately, civil defense teams managed to contain the fire, and the wounded individuals were promptly transported to a nearby hospital for medical attention.

Following preliminary investigations, law enforcement disclosed that the suspect had been involved in an illicit relationship with the victim, and prior personal disputes between them had occurred. The police further revealed that the suspect had admitted to his crimes during questioning.

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