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Kuwaiti riddled with bullets, another bludgeoned to death

KUWAIT CITY, May 31: A 21-year-old Kuwaiti citizen was shot dead inside his house in Waha, Jahra area. The identity of the murderer is yet unknown but intensive investigations are ongoing to find the culprit. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received a distress call from a Kuwaiti citizen who reported finding his son’s corpse inside his house, securitymen, officers from the General Department of Criminal Evidences and an ambulance were dispatched to the location.

They found a Kuwaiti youth lying dead with three bullet wounds in his head and two bullet wounds in his abdomen. The victim’s father informed securitymen that he last saw his son alive when the latter took the “Suhoor” meal and went to his bedroom to sleep. He said he has no knowledge of whether his son had any problems or issues with anyone.

The corpse was referred to the Forensics Department for autopsy. Securitymen filed a case and launched investigations to find and arrest the murderer of the youth.

Meanwhile, a former officer of Ministry of Defense murdered a 1975-born Kuwaiti citizen in broad daylight. According to security sources, the victim was walking to a mosque noontime for prayers when the suspect drove towards him and intentionally knocked him down on the road. He then stepped out of his vehicle, took a brick, and hit the victim on the head with the brick, thereby killing him. This incident occurred in front of several passersby, who tried to stop the suspect; however, the latter managed to escape after committing the murder.

Securitymen eventually managed to find and arrest him. When they questioned him, he explained that he has been in a dispute with the deceased since childhood. With the intention of murdering him, he observed the victim for three days before committing the murder.

By Meshal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies

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