Today, the police in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia arrested expatriates of Sudanese nationality for their involvement in crimes of counterfeiting the identity of a resident.
The spokesperson for the police in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, Lt. Col. Shaker bin Suleiman Al-Tuwaijri, confirmed that he is coordinating all the police sectors.
Saudi security forces managed to arrest Sudanese nationals, in the Dhahrat Laban neighborhood, west of the capital, Riyadh.
Shaker Al-Tuwaijri added that both Sudanese expatriates are in the fourth decade of life, after evidence of their involvement in the crimes of falsifying the identity of a resident.
Al-Tuwaijri continued that expatriates offer ID cards for sale in exchange for money, and they have seized 10 false cards of resident identity cards.
The Riyadh police spokesman said that according to the preliminary evidentiary procedures against the accused, they admitted what was attributed to them, as they were arrested and regular measures were taken against them.