Asian with three different names arrested

Man used his brother's identity. (File)

A cheque complaint led to a man from Pakistan who was operating under three different names, the Dubai Criminal Court heard.

On September 25, 2014, AY, 30, worker, went to the Al Rafaa Police station due to complaint filed against him with regards to a cheque.

Investigation revealed that the man standing in front of them had his finger prints under three different names.

"I asked him why his finger prints matched three different names and what his real name was.  He said that his real name was the one he used when he entered the country for the first time. His real name is Mohammed Mudaser," said Lieutenant Mohammed Murad.

AS, the suspect left the country for his home town where he changed his name and made a new passport. The second time he entered as Mohammed Taher.

He further added that he had used his brother's labour card when he was stopped by police and was asked for his ID.

Police took his finger prints and stored them under his brother’s name and once again he had a new passport with the new name before re-entering the UAE.

While checking the authenticity of this passport, criminal evidence showed that the document was genuine.

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