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Two Indians assaulted, robbed near chalets Briton says burglars take paint, cables

KUWAIT CITY, July 9: Two Indians were severely beaten and robbed of KD 44 cash plus two mobile phones by four unknown persons who intercepted them while walking along the Chalet Motorway. The suspects fled the scene afterward, reports Al- Seyassah daily. The Indians went to Abdullah Port police station to report the incident and presented medical report to support their case. They explained that four unknown persons in a Jeep intercepted them while they were walking along Chalet Motorway, adding the strangers attacked them and stole their mobile phones and KD 44 cash. The officers collected details of the vehicle with description of the suspects and circulated to security checkpoints for their arrest. Meanwhile, a British national lodged a complaint in Sabah Al- Salem police station and reported his house was raided by unknown persons who made away with 10 barrels of paint and electrical cables, noting the suspects broke the kitchen window to enter the house. Criminal Evidences Men have since lifted fingerprints to trail the suspects.

Diesel ‘thieves’ held : Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department have arrested a fourman gang — three Pakistanis and a Syrian — for storing subsidized diesel inside a livestock pen belonging to their sponsor, reports Al- Shahed daily. During interrogation the three persons have said they work for the company of their Kuwaiti sponsor and investigations revealed the sponsor owns a licence to export used oil, but that he used the licence to forge documents and instead export subsidized diesel. Police are looking for the sponsor.

Hacker nabbed: Personnel from the General Administration of Criminal Investigations have arrested a hacker for stealing data and pictures of young girls from their smart phones and blackmailing them, reports Al-Shahed daily. A security source said the arrest came after several victims filed complaints with the police saying the suspect lured them to send their pictures through WhatsApp and often was able to steal them and later threatened to blackmail them in an attempt to get money from them. The person also asked the victims to transfer money in his bank account if they wanted him to delete the pictures. Following the complaints, the issue was handed over the Crimes department.

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