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Labourers camp in Mahboula ransacked

 KUWAIT CITY, Feb 5:  Police are looking for unidentified persons who allegedly broke into apartments housing 50 company workers in Mahboula and stole their belongings including money, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added the theft occurred when the victims were at work. They told police when they returned from work they saw the doors to their rooms broken and their belongings scattered all over the place. The workers then gathered in front of their building and when someone informed the Operations Department of the Ministry of Interior police rushed to the spot and discovered they had been robbed. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints to identify the culprits.

Indian robbed: Police are looking for an unidentified person for breaking into the car of an Indian man and stealing KD 1,750, reports Al-Kuwaitiah daily. The Indian, who works as mandoub of a company, said he was on his way to deposit the money in the company’s bank account. He added, the theft occurred when he had parked his car in front of a building in Sharq.

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