Major Khaled Al Kreidis , assistant media spokesman for the Riyadh police, said the man, in his 60s, was running two apartments in the ministry and Nasiriyah neighbourhoods, one as a clinic to treat illegal workers, mostly from Ethiopia, and the other as a warehouse to store medicines illegally obtained from pharmaceutical companies.
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The man was arrested and referred to the Public Prosecution.
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