CID arrests three people involved in a petrol station burglary and stealing 13,000 JD in Amman
PSD / Public Relations and Mass Media Department stated that yesterday morning the main operating room in Southern Amman Police Directorate reported that an accountant of a petrol station in Al-Zuhour area had been robbed by unidentified persons driving a vehicle carrying a forged license plate and taken approximately 13,000 JD from him after a threat by a firearm was in possession of one of them.
a special investigation team of CID/Division of Capital Amman took the case to disclose the circumstances and identify all those involved arrest them.
from the first moment the investigation team worked on gathering information from the crime scene and analyzing and circulating the specifications of the vehicle used by the perpetrators in the case what point out to a number of suspects in such cases. through all those investigations the division were able to identify one of the suspects, a former worker at the station and he was caught in a special ambush prepared for him.
The suspect confessed of planning to carry out the crime with four other suspects because he was working inside the petrol station and knows the dates of transfer of funds by the accountant to the bank and agreed to implement the crime yesterday morning and managed to steal the money from the employee after threatening him with a firearm was in possession of one of them and fled away from the place. then sharing the amount among them.
PSD / Public Relations and Mass Media Department confirmed that, all the wanted persons who were involved in the case were identified. The investigation team was also able to identify the location of the vehicle used in the case, used by one of the suspects, where they moved to the location and arrested him, and raided the house of one other suspect ,He was also arrested. the team found in possession of the arrested suspects parts of the stolen financial funds and still searching for other the suspects in the case.
The CID calls upon all citizens, especially owners of shops and companies, to be cautious when transferring money and to be escorted by more than one person during the transfer of money and not to follow the same path and timing and direct reporting immediately after the suspicion of any suspicious person during the transfer of money to deposit with banks.