KUWAIT CITY, May 27: Security officials from the Farwaniya Governorate probing the armed robbery against a money-collecting agent who was robbed of 28,000 dinars at gun point in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh say after viewing the CCTV footage of cameras installed near the scene of the crime, they came to the conclusion that the suspect was wearing a cap to hide his face, reports Al-Anba daily.
The sources said the face of the suspect is not clearly visible but they have found the cap the man was wearing which at the moment is a very important evidence for the team of Farwaniya investigators, which continues its efforts to close the case file.
The sources pointed the cap has been sent to the forensic department in an attempt to identify the offender through fingerprints the suspect may have left on the cap especially that there is a plastic part on the cap.
This is in addition to determining the location of the sale of the cap by viewing the cameras of the market from which the defendant bought the cap in the hope his face may be seen clearly or can follow the stages of his exit from this market to go to his car.
A security source said that the cap probably fell from his head during his escape from the scene of the crime. The daily said the accused was keen to speak the Egyptian dialect, but his features and clothing does not indicate that he is Egyptian.
The source revealed the scenario of the robbery in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh is similar to the crime committed in the Fahaheel Cooperative Society years go where the suspect was wearing a similar cap while robbing the cashier.