Three fuel theft cases in Al-Jahra & Hawally

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KUWAIT CITY, April 30: It’s a misconception to think that theft of small amounts of property doesn’t warrant legal prosecution. Recent reports from police stations in Saad Al- Abdullah and Maidan Hawally suggest otherwise, with three separate cases of fuel theft being filed under case numbers 153, 154, and 155/2024, reports Al-Anba daily. In the first incident at the Saad Al-Abdullah police station, a driver filled his tank with only one Kuwaiti dinar’s worth of fuel and then fled without paying. In another case at the same station, a different driver filled up his car with two dinars’ worth of fuel and some gold, then also fled the scene.

Meanwhile, in Hawally, a representative from a fuel company reported a vehicle with a known license plate that had repeatedly visited the station, filled up, and left without paying. The estimated value of the stolen fuel in this case was approximately 9.5 dinars. These incidents highlight that even minor fuel theft can lead to legal repercussions, emphasizing the importance of accountability and the risks associated with criminal behavior, regardless of the stolen amount.

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