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KD 400 bag stolen

A 29-year-old fe­male cit­i­zen told po­lice in Mubarak Al-Kabeer gover­norate that an uniden­ti­fied per­son stole her bag in a five-star ho­tel when she left it on the ta­ble and went for a buf­fet. She said her bag, which is worth KD 400, was stolen along with its con­tents in­clud­ing her driv­ing li­cense, car keys and an iPhone 6.

Work mishap

A Bangladeshi cleaner was killed after his Nepalese col­league ran him over in Khai­tan in an ap­par­ent work mishap. The Nepalese man backed the garbage truck with­out re­al­iz­ing some­one was be­hind, un­til other work­ers screamed. They called in­te­rior min­istry op­er­a­tions, but the man was al­ready dead. The body was re­cov­ered and an in­vol­un­tary man­slaugh­ter case was lodged.

Do­mes­tic vi­o­lence

A cit­i­zen jus­ti­fied beat­ing his Ira­nian wife by say­ing “she ridicules ev­ery­thing”. The woman went to Adan Hospi­tal and ob­tained a med­i­cal re­port show­ing the in­juries she sus­tained, then went to Fit­nas po­lice sta­tion where she filed a com­plaint. She said this is not the first time he beat her, adding that she can­not bear his be­hav­ior any more. The cit­i­zen was sum­moned, and he did not deny her as­ser­tions, and said she is al­ways ridi­cul­ing things and does not like any­thing.

Sui­cide at­tempt

An In­dian worker in­gested clean­ing agents at his spon­sor’s house in an at­tempt to com­mit sui­cide, and was rushed to hospi­tal say­ing “I want to die”. A se­cu­rity source said a cit­i­zen found the In­dian in se­vere pain with a bot­tle of a clean­ing liq­uid next to him. The cit­i­zen took him to Far­waniya Hospi­tal, where he was placed in the ICU after un­der­go­ing a gas­tric lavage. Rabiya po­lice went to the hospi­tal and re­ceived a med­i­cal re­port, and the In­dian was charged with at­tempted sui­cide.

Car theft

Jahra de­tec­tives are look­ing for thieves who stole the con­tents of an im­pounded car in the mu­nic­i­pal­ity scrap area. A se­cu­rity source said a com­plaint was re­ceived by Saad AlAb­dul­lah po­lice from a cit­i­zen who told them that when he went to col­lect his car, he no­ticed that its tires, lights and some spare parts were miss­ing.

Smug­gling charges

A cit­i­zen was taken to the crim­i­nal de­tec­tives depart­ment for ques­tion­ing after he tried to smug­gle a firearm and a wire­less sys­tem into the coun­try. A cus­toms source said the cit­i­zen ar­rived at dawn at a lo­cal bor­der out­let and the firearm was found un­der the pas­sen­ger’s seat. Mean­while, an Ethiopian woman was sent to the Drugs Con­trol Gen­eral Depart­ment for at­tempt­ing to smug­gle two ki­los of qat. She told air­port cus­toms of­fi­cers she did not know qat is among the banned sub­stances. — Al-An­baa and Al-Rai

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