Eight-year-old Sharjah boy found dead in neighbour’s car

Eight-year-old Sharjah boy found dead in neighbour’s car
Eight-year-old Sharjah boy found dead in neighbour’s car

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An eight-year-old Indian boy was found dead in a car in Sharjah, according to Sharjah Police.

The incident took place in Sharjah’s Nassiriah area.

The child was reported missing by the family at Al Garb Police Station near the Sharjah GPO HQ.


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The police and emergency personnel carried out a massive search operation after registering the case.  

The operation led to the discovery of the boy in a car that belonged to a neighbor in the area.

The police said that the neighbour, a woman, was terrified to find the unconscious boy in the car and reported the incident to the authorities.

The body of the child was transferred to the forensic department in Sharjah.

The police have launched an investigation into the incident and are not ruling out foul play.

Residents could not believe what they have noticed and were flabbergasted.

 

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