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Interpol issues alert for missing Bahraini

Manama, April 7, 2014

Interpol has issued an international alert for a 17-year-old Bahraini who went missing last month.
 
The world's largest police organisation has circulated a Yellow Notice to 190 member countries as part of efforts to trace Ayoub Mohamed Mustapha Al Murbati, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
 
His photograph and details have been posted on the Lyon-based agency's website.
 
The teenager reportedly went missing on March 13 from Bahrain, but no other details were available.
 
Bahrain's Interior Ministry has a dedicated Interpol section on suspects who fled Bahrain.
 
However, officials could not be reached for comment.
 
Meanwhile, four new suspects wanted by Bahraini authorities on charges of fraud, manslaughter, issuing dud cheques and breach of trust, have been added to the Interpol's most wanted list.
 
It includes a Red Notice for Saudi Mohamed Bati Botaehan Al Ajmi, 23, on charges of "manslaughter".
 
Bahraini Haitham Jafar Abdulhusain Al Nashaba, 35, is wanted for "fraud and issuing worthless checks".
 
Bangladeshi Mohammed Pannu Miah is wanted for charges of "breach of trust".
 
The 37-year-old, from Faridpur, is "wanted by the judicial authorities of Bahrain for prosecution/to serve a sentence".
 
Jordanian, Ali Fawzi Ahmad Awad, 29, is also wanted on charges of "fraud".
 
It brings the number of people wanted by Bahrain listed on Interpol's database to 12.
 
They include six men suspected of being part of a gang that staged a $1.4 million (BD527,870) heist in Bahrain last year.
 
They were named Aliu Rahman, 30, from Serbia, Frani Petrit, 32, from Albania, Ekrem Gashi, 35, from Kosovo, Dedaj Astrit, 23, from Albania, Abazi Gentijan, 24, from Kosovo, and Djerdji Djin, 36, from Macedonia.
 
The men allegedly raided a Rolex shop at Bahrain City Centre on September 10 last year, attacked a security guard and escaped with 79 luxury watches worth $1.4 million.
 
The gang is said to have fled the country just two hours later. - TradeArabia News Service



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