Team to comb waste dump for teen girl killed by sex maniac

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Ahmad Al-Rujaib has ordered the formation of a team, with representatives from the Criminal Evidences Department and the Crimes Scene Department, to comb the Sabhan waste grounds and dig the remains of a Pakistani girl who had been murdered by an Egyptian about three days ago and buried there, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
The team will be required to search a 1,000 sq/m area in the next couple of days to retrieve the remains of the girl.
Investigations have uncovered the suspect is quite eccentric and targeted boys and girls, whom he sometimes molested. He is also said to have hidden in obscured places and derived ‘self pleasure,’ while he now and then visited roof tops of abandoned schools, snooping at apartments. Several under wear he stole from women and boys were also seized by police in his apartment.
Al-Rai daily mentioned the suspect was preparing to get married after a few weeks when the incident took place, and the security authority has offered him a chance to call his mother and cancel the procedure. The suspect confessed to practicing ‘self-pleasure’ since he was 14 years old.
In a related development, Al-Qabas daily quoted a reliable security source as saying the Public Prosecution is not convinced with the confession made by the suspect about the place he allegedly kidnapped the girl. The Public Prosecution believes the place is always crowded with people.
The victim was reportedly married to a 17-year old compatriot, who is said to have disappeared after the incident. He might have left the country after he threatened to kill a compatriot, supposed to have had an affair with the victim. It was published by Al-Qabas a day earlier the boyfriend, identified as Tajamal, traveled to Pakistan after the crime.

Arifjan tents to be removed: The Anti-Encroachment Committee, in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior (MoI), will start removing tents in Arifjan desert on Sunday for security and safety reasons, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
According to the committee, the tents have been set up near the ammunition warehouse that belongs to the Ministry of Defense (MoD), posing a grave threat to campers.

Special Forces obstruct motorist: A vehicle belonging to the Special Forces department escorting important personalities deliberately collided with the vehicle driven by an unidentified 16-year-old Kuwaiti and forced him to change course, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The incident happened at the Al-Messilah intersection with the Aqsa Street.
The source said the teenager (son of a VIP) has been referred to the Rumaithiya Police Station for driving without license.

Dual nationality holder caught: Officials at Nuwaiseeb Border have referred an unidentified person to the concerned authorities for holding dual nationality, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
It has been reported the person left the country on his Saudi passport but he later discovered that he is wanted by law in the Kingdom, so he returned to Kuwait.  Noticing his confused state, officials at Nuwaiseeb Border interrogated him thoroughly and they discovered he has dual nationality.  He admitted to holding two nationalities but he told the authorities he intends to keep only the Kuwaiti nationality.

Duo held with drugs: Police have arrested a Kuwaiti and a Saudi for possessing 48 narcotic pills and hashish, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
While patrolling an undisclosed area in Mahboula, police noticed a car parked suspiciously near a school.  They approached the vehicle where they found a Kuwaiti and a Saudi seating inside the car.  They also discovered 48 narcotic pills and some rolls of hashish when they searched the vehicle.  The duo was referred to the authorities for further interrogation and other necessary legal action.

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