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Sep. 08, 19 | 8:59 pm

Mae Anne Olmidillo, who works as a coffee shop barista, was honoured by Bur Dubai Police Station Acting Director Colonel Rashid Mohammed Saleh Al Shehhi for her honesty in returning the bag that contains Dh195,000. Screengrab from Dubai Police Instagram.

A Filipina has gained the respect of Dubai Police for her honesty in returning a huge sum of cash worth Dh195,000 that was left in a bag at the coffee shop where she works.

Mae Anne Olmidillo, a barista, was feted by Bur Dubai Police Station Acting Director Colonel Rashid Mohammed Saleh Al Shehhi.

The police officer said that Olmidillo’s good deed forms part of their “We Reach You to Thank You” initiative.

The 27-year-old woman also extended her words of gratitude to the Dubai Police General HQ for acknowledging her efforts.

She said the recognition gave her pride and joy.

“Hindi po ako nagdalawang isip na ibalik yung pera sa nagma-may-ari. Hindi po akin yun at alam kong may return si God para sa akin. Maraming salamat po,” said Olmidillo.

Apart from the cash, the bag that was found by the Filipina also happened to contain two signed cheques – one worth Dh 500,000 and another worth Dh 6,250, a chequebook, private paperworks, and other documents.

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. . فاجأت شرطة دبي الفلبينية ماي ان بادانا اولميديلو، بتكريمها في مقر عملها (بدبي مول)، وذلك لأمانتها وحسن تصرفها، حيث قامت بتسليم الشرطة حقيبة تحتوي على مبلغ مالي وقدره 195 ألف درهم وشيكان، الأول بقيمة 500 ألف درهم والثاني بقيمة 6 آلاف و250 درهما، بالإضافة إلى دفتر شيكات ومجموعة أوراق ومستندات، كان قد نسيها أحد الأشخاص في المقهى الذي تعمل به، الأمر الذي ساهم في إرجاع المفقودات إلى صاحبها. ‫⁧#أمنكم_سعادتنا⁩‬ ⁧‫#نتواصل_ونحمي_نبتكر_ونبني‬ . . #Dubai Police has a habit of springing surprises on community members for their honesty, good conduct, or even for following traffic rules. Recently, #Dubai Police officials surprised Mrs. Mai In Padana Olmedillo, from the Philippines, for her honesty as she handed over a bag containing Dh195,000, and two cheques; one worth Dh500,000 and another for Dh6,250, as well as a cheque book and several documents. Mrs Olmedillo contributed to the return of those items to its owner. #YourSecurityOurHappiness #SmartSecureTogether

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