Kuwaiti in custody for selling servant visas at KD 250 each

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 24: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested recently for obtaining 21 domestic visas in his brother’s name using a forged power of attorney and selling the visas at a cost of KD 250 each. He had also forged several other official documents. In addition, he was wanted by law for his involvement in a few forgery and financial cases.
According to security sources, when Jahra Security Department received information about a Kuwaiti citizen involved in visa trading, a team was formed for investigations under the guidance of Undersecretary of Citizenship and Passport Affairs Major General Abdullah Al-Rashid.
During investigations, they discovered that the Kuwaiti citizen obtained the visas in the name of his brother through an official power of attorney. He had also presented a forged marriage certificate of the brother even though the latter was unmarried. They also discovered that he was involved in several other forgery and financial cases.
After taking necessary legal measures, Jahra securitymen arrested the suspect. When they checked him, they found a forged Civil ID card of his brother.
He was referred to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action against him.

Bedoun beaten, robbed: Police are looking for an unidentified person for beating a bedoun man and stealing from him KD 1,500, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to the complainant, the incident happened in Sulaibikhat when he was driving along a road with his wife.
The suspect blocked his path, got out of the vehicle, and beat the man in front of his wife, stole his money, got into his vehicle and escaped.
The victim has provided police details about the suspect and his vehicle. A case has been filed with the Sulaibikhat Police Station.

Police hunt for thieves: Police are looking for unidentified persons for breaking into the cars of Kuwaitis and stealing valuables, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to security sources three separate cases have been filed with citizens with the Rawda Police Station accusing unidentified persons of breaking into their vehicles.
 According to the complainants from one the cars the thief stole KD 500 cash and bank credit cards, from the second an expensive laptop and sportswear and laptop and an unidentified sum of money from the third.
The cars were parked in the parking lot of a government establishment in the area.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the culprit.

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