Two GCC men, former employees of a local bank, have been sentenced to 10 years in jail and a fine of QR10mn to be paid jointly for stealing QR10mn from the bank.
Local Arabic daily Arrayah reported on Monday that a Doha Criminal Court ordered the two convicts to refund QR10mn, which they had seized from a frozen account of a client of the bank. Further, the court ordered the dismissal of both the accused from their posts.
The first accused who used to work as a customer service officer at the bank signed a counterfeited request to transfer the sum of QR10mm to the account of the other accused, who also used to be an employee of the bank.
Investigations into the case revealed that the customer service agent had signed the request according to a plan hatched with his accomplice to grab the money.
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