Car stolen from air­port park­ing

Kuwait Times - - FROM THE ARABIC PRESS -

A cit­i­zen lodged a com­plaint at Jleeb AlShuy­iukh po­lice sta­tion af­ter his car was stolen from the long-term park­ing lot at Kuwait Air­port. He did not ac­cuse any­one. De­tec­tives are work­ing on the case. Separately, a cit­i­zen ac­cused a man he does not know of steal­ing his car. He said the car was for sale, and two men said they wanted to buy it. One of the men took it for a trial drive but never re­turned, leav­ing the other man be­hind.

State se­cu­rity

A cit­i­zen told po­lice that an Egyp­tian com­mit­ted a state se­cu­rity of­fense by ut­ter­ing in­sult­ing words. State se­cu­rity men went to Maidan Hawally po­lice sta­tion to find out the truth. The Egyp­tian de­nied any wrong­do­ing and said the cit­i­zen wanted to put him in trou­ble.

Rob­bery

Foren­sics of­fi­cers went to the house of an Egyp­tian woman in Jahra to in­ves­ti­gate a rob­bery at her house. The woman told po­lice she found her door bro­ken, and KD 260, three bracelets, a neck­lace, five rings and two ear­rings were miss­ing from the flat.

Maid charged with theft

A cit­i­zen ac­cused his Sri Lankan maid of steal­ing KD 500 and es­cap­ing. The com­plaint was filed at Jabriya po­lice sta­tion.

Bank ac­count theft

Hawally de­tec­tives are in­ves­ti­gat­ing the theft of KD 2,000 from the ac­count of an Egyp­tian man from an ATM ma­chine in Shaab. The vic­tim was sur­prised by re­ceiv­ing mes­sages about four with­drawals from his ac­count, then dis­cov­ered his debit card was miss­ing.

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