Police Arrest Four Suspects Involved in Illegal Immigration Networks

Police Operations in Al Ayoun and Ouarzazate

The police in the cities of Al Ayoun and Ouarzazate were able to arrest four individuals, aged between 26 and 42, who were part of criminal networks involved in organizing illegal immigration, human trafficking, and fraud. This was made possible by accurate information provided by the General Directorate for National Territory Surveillance on Saturday, April 13th.

Arrests in Ouarzazate

In Ouarzazate, two suspects were apprehended for allegedly scamming a group of people seeking to migrate. They took money ranging from 90,000 to 100,000 dirhams in exchange for fake promises of overseas job contracts.

During the investigation, authorities seized financial transaction receipts related to this criminal activity, as well as identification documents carrying false identities.

Arrests in Al Ayoun

In Al Ayoun, a separate operation led to the arrest of two individuals in a rented car, suspected of planning an illegal migration operation via sea routes for seven candidates, including two minors, who were found in a house in the same city.

The suspects and the migration candidates were subjected to legal proceedings under the supervision of the relevant public prosecutor’s office to uncover all details of these cases, as well as their potential national and international connections.

These security operations are part of the intensified efforts by the General Directorate for National Security and the General Directorate for National Territory Surveillance to combat international networks involved in organizing illegal migration and human trafficking.

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