Dubai Police have recovered a valuable Richard Miller watch, valued at about $250,000, stolen from Al-Ain coach and former Al-Ahly youth, Olario Cosmin, on a street in the Italian city of Milan.
The Director of the General Department of Inquiries and Criminal Investigations in Dubai Police, Brigadier Jamal Al Jallaf, told “Emirates Today” that Dubai Police has a professional investigation team specialized in monitoring and tracing valuable stolen items, regardless of where they were stolen in the world, and seizing them as soon as they try to sell them in Dubai.
He added that as soon as the theft of the Cosmin watch was announced, the Dubai Police were keen to record its specifications and the team at the General Department of Investigation prepared to monitor any attempt to sell it in Dubai, pointing out that the team identified specific brokers who usually sell valuables.
He revealed that this watch moved between a number of European countries, after it was stolen in Milan, until the people who traded it decided to try to sell it in the Emirates, noting that the market for valuables is distributed over several countries, and is usually concentrated in luxury markets.
He pointed out that as soon as the watch reached intermediaries within the country, the work team developed a plan to track them, and the zero hour was determined after they were lured through sources, and three people involved in trying to sell the watch were arrested illegally.
Al Jallaf stressed that this aspect of the professional and professional work of the Dubai Police is not realized by many, but it is one of the strong security agencies at the international level, and regardless of the location of the crime, it participates in thwarting and apprehending the perpetrators and restoring rights to their owners, pointing out that the Romanian coach expressed great happiness when he informed Find her watch and hand it to him.
And European media had revealed that the former Al-Ain and Al-Ahly youth coach, Romanian Olario Cosmin, had his watch stolen in Italy.
She stated that Kuzmin expressed his regret over the theft of a valuable watch, from the Richard Mille brand, worth 250 thousand dollars, noting that the Romanian coach went to the Milan police and reported the theft incident.
And she added, “Cosmin was walking with his wife on a street in Milan, while a person approached him and hugged the Romanian coach before this person ran and left the place on a motorcycle, and after that the Romanian coach discovered the disappearance of the watch from his hand.”
She pointed out that Kuzmin (52 years old) got the watch during his training for the Al-Ahly youth team, indicating that it is one of his best training periods throughout his career.