4 security guards held for helping staff in fingerprinting attendance

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KUWAIT CITY, June 15: The Jahra Investigation men have referred to the Public Prosecution 4 expatriates working as security guards at the old Jahra Hospital, for helping the nursing staff to mark attendance using plastic fingerprints, reports Al- Anba daily. The daily added, the four men received cash for their help.

A security source said the arrest came after one of the employees reported the incident to the security authorities and the latter set a trap for the men and caught one of them red-handed and during interrogation he gave the names of three of his colleagues. The daily added, dozens of fingerprints of the hospital employees have been seized by the CID men. The source said all the names of the beneficiaries of this forgery process have been submitted to the Public Prosecution.

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