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Wanted Saudi man surrenders to police after stint abroad

Osama Ali Abdullah Damjan surrendered himself to police in early October, the Saudi Interior Ministry stated Tuesday.

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Wanted Saudi man Osama Ali Abdullah Damjan surrendered himself to police in early October, the Saudi Interior Ministry stated Tuesday.

The ministry said he “had contacted the security authorities in the Kingdom and expressed his wish to return and surrender himself to security authorities,” according to a statement published by the Saudi Press Agency.

Damjan arrived in Saudi Arabia on October 4, 2016.

He will be treated in accordance with the applicable laws, the statement said.

Saudi Arabian authorities have exerted effort in following up on wanted individuals who have travelled abroad, calling on them to return home and surrender themselves.