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Missing Syrian woman found after two weeks; girl leaves home

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 2: A Syrian woman who left the husband after a quarrel to stay with a friend for two weeks was arrested by Hawalli security operatives after the husband filed a missing persons report with officers the area police station. Apparently, the woman was taking a walk late at night when patrolmen spotted her and asked for her civil ID. While checking her data, the officers discovered the husband had reported her missing. She was taken into police custody.

Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen filed a case in Adan police station and reported his 23-year old daughter left home and refused to return due to a fight she had with her brothers. He stressed the family has been trying in vain to reach the girl on the mobile phone because it’s switched off. Details of the missing girl have been circulated to various security posts to find her.

Car stolen for joyride: Police have arrested two persons — a GCC citizen and a bedoun — for stealing the car of a young Kuwaiti man, reports Al- Watan Arabic daily. The suspects reportedly stole the car from Jabriya, drove recklessly and abandoned the ‘damaged’ car on an open ground in Jahra. The suspects were arrested after personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department lifted the fingerprints from the car. The police then set a trap for them and caught them at an unidentified location

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