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KD 70,000 ‘go missing’ as Indian cash-collector beaten, threatened

KUWAIT CITY, June 15: Some unknown persons allegedly stole KD 70,000 from an Indian who works as money collector for a leading company. Securitymen rushed to Shuwaikh Industrial Area after the Operations Room at the Interior Ministry received a call from the Indian who reported the robbery. When they arrived at the scene, they saw the Indian who was crying with traces of beatings on different parts of his body. He was taken to a nearby hospital. During the preliminary investigation, the Indian told police he was surprised when the suspects got out of a car which stopped behind his vehicle as they pointed a sharp object at him. They then asked him to get out of the vehicle, took turns in beating him and stole KD 70,000 — the amount he collected that day on behalf of the company. The Indian provided police with a detailed description of the suspects and their car. Acase was registered and investigations are ongoing to arrest the thieves

KD 350 for transaction: Personnel from the Criminal Investigations Department have arrested two people — an Arab and an Asian computer technician, for forging work permits and academic certificates to help expatriates apply for driving licenses, reports Al- Shahed daily. Based on investigations, the mandoub was arrested in a police trap while offering his service to a police agent followed by the arrest of the technician. The forgers admitted to taking KD 350 for each transaction.

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