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Kuwaiti youth found dead in Egypt garden

KUWAIT CITY, Jan 19: Detectives from Jahra Command succeeded in apprehending an ex-convict youth, wanted for monetary cases valued at KD 31,000, in possession of five stolen vehicles. The detectives decided to intensify investigations towards discovering persons behind series of car thefts within the governorate. They found out that the youth was the major brain behind the thefts, so they kept a tab on him until the time was appropriate to arrest him. The officers verified his status to discover that he was an exconvict against whom series of cases were registered, including drug cases. The officers have referred him with the stolen items to the authority for interrogation.

Kuwaiti dead: A 19-yearold Kuwaiti was found dead in a garden in Alexandria City, Egypt after escaping from a rehabilitation center for drug addicts in Al-Arab Tower in West Alexandria, reports Al-Seyassah daily. Securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location after Assistant Undersecretary for Alexandria Security in the Ministry of Interior Major General Amin Iz Al-Deen received information that an unidentified person was found lying unconscious in the garden. When they arrived at the scene, they discovered the youth was already dead. No injuries were found in his body. Initial investigations revealed the person, who informed Al-Deen about the youth, is a 28-year-old man who accompanied the latter in escaping from the rehabilitation center. He told the security officers that they sat in the garden after the escape and then his friend complained he was tired. After some time, his friend lost consciousness so he called the authorities. The body was referred to Forensics, after which the health inspector announced the youth died of natural causes as he suffered from a heart attack and there was no foul play involved.

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