Aleppo, SANA – Safe box, which contained cash and jewelry with an estimated value of nearly SP 200 million, had been found on Thursday by Alaa al-Omar in Souq an-Niswan (Women’s Market) of the Old City of Aleppo.
Alaa, who is a middle-class worker, is a driver of Aleppo Branch of the Military Construction establishment, told SANA that while he was working in Souq an-Niswan with a team to detect the damage that had been sustained against Umayyad Mosque Wall; he found a safe box under the rubble.
“I only thought of the safe box’s owner who lost his property due to the damage that has been inflicted upon his shop by terrorism. I asked my supervisor to inform the police,” Alaa added.
The owner of the safe box was identified by police and he received his possession.
In appreciation of his honesty, Governor of Aleppo Hussein Diab honored Alaa al-Omar, indicating that Alaa is a good example of every Syrian, while Alaa, who is a father of two children, said that his behavior is normal and it is the Syrian ethics.