Asian thief caught selling stolen phones to owners Teen driving without licence found wanted

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 25: Police have arrested an unidentified Asian man for stealing expensive cell phones from a shop in Salmiya, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources, the salesman of the shop following the theft viewed the CCTV footage of a film and saw an Asian looking man stealing the phones.
He filed a complaint with the Salmiya Police Station and the detectives were entrusted to arrest the suspect.
Surprisingly, according to sources, the thief walked into the trap when he went to the same shop to sell the stolen phones.
The salesman identified the phones and also remembered the face on the CCTV footage and informed the police.
During interrogation the suspect admitted to committing the crime. He has been handed over to the Public Prosecution.

Teen arrested: Police have arrested an unidentified teenager for driving his father’s car without a licence, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources the incident happened in Qairawan when a police patrol monitoring the traffic near a school saw the suspect driving a car. In the car there were several other children.
A police lieutenant ordered the teenager behind the wheel to pull over and discovered he was just a minor.
The officer then took the suspect to the police station and summoned his father. However, during interrogation police discovered the teenager was wanted by law for committing an offence.
The father accepted his mistake for allowing his son to drive and signed a pledge of good conduct and not to repeat the offence again.
However, the teenager has been subjected to further investigation.

Heroin-filled syringes
: The Ahmadi police have arrested an unidentified Kuwaiti man for consuming drugs, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources the man was taken into custody while driving along the Coastal Road. Police found in his possession injections filled with heroin and ready for use. He has been handed over to the General Department for Drug Control.

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