Dubai: 5-year-old boy found alone at Reef Mall – Remains unclaimed


Daijiworld Media Network - Dubai (SR)

Dubai, Sep 10: A 5-year-old boy was found alone at Reef Mall in Deira on September 7. No one has come forward to claim the boy, whose nationality is yet to be ascertained. Cops suspect that the boy was abandoned at the Mall.

Dubai police on September 8 appealed the residents for help in tracing the boy's parents and have posted a photo on their social media platforms. They have urged residents who have any information about the boy's guardians to contact the control room at 997 or the Muraqqabat police station at 04 266 0555. All major newspapers in the country have published the missing person report, but the boy's guardians or parents are yet to get in touch with the police.

Chief public prosecutor, Bu Abdullah said, "If one of his parents or both are proven to have intentionally left the boy behind, our prosecution will then handle the case because the suspect is a family member. Otherwise, it will be investigated by another prosecution." A female officers specialised in child psychology would talk to the boy at the child interrogation room at the Juvenile and Family Prosecution, Abdullah added.

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  • Yenku, Panambur

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    Why can't they check the CCTV camera in the Mall...……………..?

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Wed, Sep 11 2019

    from the features it appears that this boy is of mixed parentage probably philippino/indonesian/malaysian woman and arab/iranian man...just a possibility...marriages between arabs and women of other nationalities are common, there is large of number of women from above countries as well as from former soviet republics and also ethiopean women...the richer arabs are pretty cultured and sophisticated and altruistic...this boy will be in the care of some noble family...

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  • Mushtaq, Paniyadi /Udupi/Dubai

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Hi Good Evening Lets Pray Almighty God To Unite this Boy with his Parents as soon as possible &!mean While we can help the DUBAI POLICE by sharing this above message to our family and friends with the help of Social Media

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Intentionally Abandoned ...

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Sad. My prayers for this little boy to find his parents soon

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Could be a Philippines, Thai or Indonesian woman. May have already left the country. But UAEhas an excellent system to allow such children to local childlessness couples.

    If he is five years old, isn't he saying anything about himself or his parents, the place where he lived, and so on ?

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    But why these women abandon children like this??

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Ladies from these countries are very pretty but do menial work like maids or cleaning staff. Many times married men hide the truth about their marriage and build a relationship with them. One fine day, he is gone and she is left alone to deal with their child/ren. Having children out of wedlock is a serious offence in UAE. She waits for him unendingly and when its no more bearable, she abandons them and leaves. Her friends don't reveal one word, even if they know the child.

    Hrart wrenching but true.

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  • Alphonso Dsouza, Mumbai

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Before we jump into unnecessary conclusion, let's wait for the Police to conclude their investigation. I have lived in Dubai for 42 years and trust me they are one of the best Police Force we can see today. Non-corrupt and very sympathetic to these situations. Please bear with the current status. Do not assume Deshbakt. We are good at assuming.

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Ladies from these countries are very pretty but do menial work like maids or cleaning staff. Many times married men hide the truth about their marriage and build a relationship with them. One fine day, he is gone and she is left alone to deal with their child/ren. Having children out of wedlock is a serious offence in UAE. She waits for him unendingly and when its no more bearable, she abandons them and leaves. Her friends don't reveal one word, even if they know the child.

    Hrart wrenching but true.

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  • Shoaib Sheik, Mangalore / Dubai

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Bro.. Having children out of wedlock is a serious offence in UAE. So once any women goes to the hospital for delivery she must prove her marriage and only then she will be discharged from the hospital. So that means this child is not from out of wedlock.

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  • Deshbhakht, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Shoaib, do you know that a delivery can happen at home also ? God save the child and let it be a normal delivery. These girls are having qualified nurses among them.

    Many times illegally living entire family comes to fore, with all children born at home and none of the birth registered, thus giving consular staff a big head ache.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Yes...possible... I agree with you that sometimes those who born at home cannot register their birth... Thanks for the clarification... It's very sad right small children are abandoned...

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  • Devdas, Barkur

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Due to much childrens at home she some what busy in mobile. Latter on she remember when reached home. Totally negligence. Looks like boy is from either egypt...lebanon..palestine..jordan. Not from asean region.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    Deshbhakth mangalore however good one countrys law and facilities are,for a child it is allways his parents are best,however poor or rich are.How sad they left behind a boy.Or was he gone missing when parents went on Board?I am sure he should be able to say his name and parents atleast.Is he not able to talk?Atleast some doctor or neighbour might be knowing him.Take a DNA test and wait for a fine day for this poor child a acche din to come.Heartwrenching tosee this child alone.

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  • Anthony D'Souza, Karnataka

    Tue, Sep 10 2019

    I hope surely who ever left the boy knowing or unknowingly, shall come forward without hesitation because the UAE values your hardship, I mean if it's within their rules. What ever it may be UAE is a country where you can rely on....! On all respect and aspect! UAE is my lov

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