KUWAIT CITY, June 2: Police are looking for three Nepalese for ‘kidnapping’ a compatriot housemaid from the home of her sponsor in Hassawi area, reports Al-Anba daily. A Syrian eyewitness who called the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry said the three persons looked disoriented. He also said he did attempt to go to the maid’s rescue for fear of being beaten by the men.
Squad for beggars: The higher leadership in the Ministry of Interior has ordered the formation of a squad to put an end to the phenomenon of begging, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily, quoting security sources said, the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Affairs in cooperation with the public security sector is determined to curb begging.
The source added clear instructions have been issued by the senior officials in the Ministry to take punitive action against persons who sponsor the beggars. In the meantime, orders have been given by the authorities to deport foreigners who are caught begging, while the GCC citizens and Kuwaitis will be asked to write an undertaking not to indulge in beggary.
8 more arrested: The Observation and Coordination Unit in the General Department for Residency Security Affairs at the Ministry of Interior has intensified efforts to arrest all those who have been in contact with five people found to be infected with AIDS and engaged in immoral activities. In a press statement, the Public Relations and Security Department confirmed the arrest of eight more persons of various nationalities proven to be involved in immoral practices. Earlier, it had been reported that the authorities have identified the owner of the company which brought those found to be infected with AIDS to Kuwait.
Police hunt thief: Police are looking for an unidentified burglar who broke into the home of a Syrian man in Maidan Hawally and escaped with an undisclosed amount of money and jewelry worth KD 4,000, reports Al-Rai daily. The thief reported got into the apartment using a duplicate key. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints. Meanwhile, police are looking for a burglar who stole seven sheep from the livestock pen of a GCC citizen, reports Al-Anba daily. Personnel from the Criminal Evidences Department have lifted fingerprints from the area to identify the suspect.