German woman claims ex-lover has cheated her for KD 35K

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 9: A German woman who works for the US Military Camp in Doha has filed a complaint with the Fahaheel Police Station accusing her compatriot of fraud, reports Alam Alyawm daily.
In her complaint the woman without giving details said the man swindled her to the tune of KD 35,000 and also ‘stole’ her car two years back.
She added she was in love with the man and he made her believe that he is a rich man and wants to marry her. He then asked her for the sum of money and she readily obliged. She also allowed him to use her car.
When she discovered the man was not interested in her, she asked him to return her money and he said he lost it in business. He also said he could not return the car to her.
Police are looking for the suspect.

KD 1,900 withdrawn: An unidentified Egyptian man has filed a complaint with the Salmiya Police Station accusing an unidentified person of stealing KD 1,900 from his bank account, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to the complainant he lost his ATM card at an unidentified location and by the time he discovered the loss and complained to the bank, he found the suspect had stolen all the money from his account.
Police have asked to see the CCTV footage of the bank branch from where the money was allegedly withdrawn.

Stolen credit card used: Police are looking for an unidentified woman for allegedly ‘stealing’ the Visa credit card of a citizen and purchasing goods worth KD 890, reports Al-Rai daily.
A security source told the daily when the victim discovered the theft of her card, she filed a complaint with the Farwaniya Police Station. When she contacted the bank she was shocked to find the suspect had already made purchases worth KD 890.
The woman then requested the bank to stop further use of the card and checked the details from the bank from where the purchases were made.
She then handed over this information to the police station and the security officers requested to see the CCTV footage to identify the user of the card.
However, the footage was of little help because the woman in the picture could not be identified because she was wearing dark glasses and a head cover while making the purchases.

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