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Monday , October 19 2020

Charred body of a missing Kuwaiti citizen found

KUWAIT CITY, Feb 27: Ministry of Interior will continue their efforts to hunt and arrest the accused murderer who mutilated the body by burning.
The victim was killed with a knife inside a tent as per the sources

Citizens and residents flocked to the location of the dead body as soon as they learned

According to a security source, finding vehicle and cash wallet inside it has led the security men to re-comb the area near the vehicle to find more evidence, charred body was found two kilometers away, and immediately the body was referred to autopsy

Security source stated that most of the indications suggest that the body belonged to the missing citizen, detectives have been going through victims phone contacts which he had received and whom the victim had called from his phone.

The source refused to talk about the identity of the perpetrator and the circumstances of the killing, pointing out that such matters will be announced once their investigation is finished, indicating that the Ministry of Interior represented by the Public Relations and Security Media Department will publish a statement in this regard within the next few hours.

The first signs of the truth were revealed the day before yesterday, when a sweeping ground operation resulted in finding the missing citizen’s vehicle, and accordingly the nearby area was combed and the body was found.

It is noteworthy that the policemen reached the spot where the missing person was last located, traces of blood was found inside the camp. They also discovered the presence of a carpet piece inside the tent that was cut.

The source added the same piece of carpet was found next to the charred corpse, which means that there was a murder that took place and the body was carried and deliberately cremated, believing that the perpetrator would get rid of it.

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