Major Khaled Al Kreidis, spokesman for the Riyadh police, said the four men committed a number of crimes, such as forging medical reports and sick leaves, certified with fake stamps and attributed to medical centers and government hospitals.
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The police raided a residential unit in the west of Riyadh, where the men allegedly carried out their crimes.
A number of forged medical reports, printed materials of government agencies, nine fake stamps, and a computer device containing forged medical reports, were seized, police said.
The men were remanded in custody and moved to the Public Prosecution for further questioning and trial, police said.
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