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Dubai-based Indian robbed in Kuwait Passport, valuables stolen from car

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 13: Arif Meah Nazir Ali Khan, Indian citizen, holder of Passport No Z 1792593, says “an unidentified thief broke into the car of my cousin on Aug 8, 2014 and stole my passport, Iphone and Tagheur watch both worth KD 1,000 each, Ipad 4G, and 7,500 UAE dirham in cash.” Ali Khan is a businessman from Dubai. He arrived in Kuwait on July 23, 2014 on a business trip and was to leave for Qatar on August 8 at 3:30 pm.

On his way to the airport, he went to a mosque in Mansouriya at 12:00 noon with his cousin who was driving him to the airport. They parked the car in the parking lot of the mosque and went to pray. When they returned they found the side glass broken and the valuables missing. Ali Khan says a complaint has been filed with the Al-Qadsiya Police Station and the Security Department of the General Administration of Immigration and also reported the loss of the passport to the Indian Embassy.

The police authorities have also lifted fingerprints from the car. He hopes with the use of modern technology it will not be difficult for the security authorities to track the culprit. Ali Khan believes the thief after keeping the valuables may get rid of the passport or dump it somewhere. Should anyone find the passport, Ali Khan requests the person to inform the Indian Embassy, the police station or call 51360205.

By: Paul Francis X. Fernandes Arab Time Staff

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