KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: The General Department of Public Relations and Security Media at the Ministry of Interior released a statement on the murder of a Kuwaiti in Khaitan, reports Al-Anba daily. The statement added after a report was received about the murder of the victim, a team was formed to find the killer and it turned out that the murderer is an Egyptian working for the company owned by the victim.
The Kuwaiti was allegedly murdered over a dispute to renew the residence permit. During interrogation the suspect is said to have admitted to committing the crime.
A security source told Al-Anba that the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received a report on the incident at about 3:00 pm Wednesday that there was a corpse in one of the buildings and that traces of blood were all over the place including the walls of the building and the staircase.
When securitymen, deputy public prosecutor and forensic men rushed to the site they discovered the victim, born in 1960 was stabbed 7 times on various parts of his body.
The suspect was allegedly working for the company of the victim and residing in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh. When police went to his residence, they did not find him there. However, he was tracked with the help of satellite technology in Hawalli at the home of one of his friends.
During interrogation he admitted to the charge and guided police to the place where he had hidden the murder weapon. He told police he had a dispute with his sponsor so he went to his house and stabbed him several times. The victim allegedly tried to escape from the ‘killer’ but he ran after him and stabbed him repeatedly