Youths lure teenaged girl to flat, take turns in raping her Fake police rob Indian

KUWAIT CITY, July 22: Police have arrested three unidentified youths for kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source said one of the suspects, who is a friend of the victim, lured her to accompany him to an apartment where two other youths were waiting for him. The suspects then raped her successively. Another friend, who was with them felt pity for the girl and refused to have sex with her and instead took her to a police station. Police have arrested the three youths and referred them to the authorities.

Pervert magician:
Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department have arrested a Palestinian for practicing magic, reports Al-Rai daily. The arrest came after police received several complaints from women who complained about his strange behavior because they felt he was luring them to commit immoral activity. During interrogation the man admitted to 'earning' KD 170,000 in just two years.

Maid in liquor-peddling:
Police have arrested an African housemaid for trafficking in locally-manufactured booze, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
The bootlegger was arrested after police received information from secret sources. The woman, who was caught in the act, has been handed over to the concerned authorities.

Sponsor robbed:
Police are looking for an African housemaid for stealing jewelry worth KD 18,000 and KD 8,000 in cash from her sponsor's home in the Mubarak Al-Kabir Governorate, reports Al-Jaridah daily.

Fake police rob Indian:
Police are looking for two persons for impersonating police and stealing KD 3,000 from an Indian, reports Al-Anba daily.
A security source said the Indian was walking along a street in Sabah Al-Nasser and the two men claimed they were police. They ordered him to show his identification papers, ordered him to get into their vehicle and drove him to a remote area.
Then they ordered him to give away his ATM card secret number and when he refused, they threatened to kill him.
The Indian added the two suspects then tied him up, one stood guard and the other left and purchased stuff worth KD 2,000 and withdrew from the account KD 1,000.
In a similar story, Police are looking for four African men for robbing KD 170 from an Indian, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The incident happened when the Indian was walking along a road in Fahaheel. He told police two men who were armed with knives attacked him and as he shouted for help, passersby managed to arrest one of the men.
In a few minutes four other men came riding in a car and set free the man. The suspects were arrested after one of the suspects dropped his wallet containing KD 32 and his identification papers.
In yet another identical incident, a Pakistani man has filed a complaint with the Roudah Police Station accusing a person of impersonating police, driving him to the parking lot of the Psychology Medicine Hospital and stealing KD 320, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily did not give more details.

Dud cheque issued:
Police are looking for an unidentified Asian for issuing a dud cheque for KD 40,000 to a local general trading and contracting company, reports Al-Shahed daily.
A case has been filed at the Fahaheel Police Station.
According to security sources the man issued a cheque for that amount although he was fully aware that he had only KD 3 in his account.

US citizen held: Officers at the Kuwait International Airport have referred an unidentified American military man to the Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station for possessing M 16 empty magazines, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The contraband was hidden inside his luggage.
The daily added the man was on his way to Amsterdam.

KD 10,000 stolen:
Police are looking for an unidentified person for breaking into the car of a bedoun who is believed to be in his 50s and stealing KD 10,000, reports Al-Shahed daily.
According to the daily the bedoun kept the money in the booth of the car and went to attend a dinner party in Riqqa. When he returned he found the side glass broken and the money missing.
Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted the fingerprints to identify the culprit.

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