Forged permits used by 3 expats to enter ‘no-go’ area

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KUWAIT CITY, Feb 6: In a recent development, Abdullah Qunais reports that port authorities have initiated investigations against three expat nationals, all in their thirties, on charges of unlawfully entering and facilitating entry into a restricted area using a falsified permit purportedly belonging to another individual. As per a security insider, two of the apprehended individuals were caught during their attempted entry, with one found in possession of a forged permit, while the other presented a permit not registered under his name.

Subsequent inquiries revealed the involvement of a third accomplice in the scheme, reports Al-Rai daily. Upon questioning, the suspects confessed to their involvement, with the initial accused disclosing that he had obtained a permit from the third party to facilitate the entry of the second individual for work purposes. The collaboration among the trio was allegedly premeditated. Further investigations by detectives confirmed the complicity of all three individuals, as the driver, identified as the first invitee, had procured the permit from the third individual, despite its belonging to an unrelated party. The said permit was in the possession of the third accused. The case underscores the gravity of forgery and breaches of security protocols within Kuwait’s port facilities.

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