A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced a Sri Lankan expatriate to one year in jail and subsequent deportation for stealing money from his employer. Local Arabic daily Arrayah reported yesterday that the defendant used to work as a cashier at a local retailer. According to the investigation, he used to keep aside the cash he collected from the sale of the company’s product instead of keeping it in the office safe.
The cashier’s errant activities was discovered by his supervisors when they monitored the recordings of the surveillance cameras. He admitted stealing a total amount of QR8,000 in such a way and signed a written confession. The court established his guilt and sentenced him accordingly.
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