Two Expats Arrested with 1,500 Liquor Bottles in Kuwait

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KUWAIT, Sept 18:  After days of extensive research, investigation, and surveillance, officers from the General Department of Criminal Investigation successfully arrested two expatriates involved in the sale of imported and local liquor within the city of Jaber Al-Ahmad. The operation resulted in the confiscation of 1,500 bottles of imported and locally produced liquor.

A confidential tip-off provided critical information to the General Department of Criminal Investigation regarding these two expatriates, who were allegedly engaged in the illegal sale of alcohol to customers in Jaber Al-Ahmad. Following meticulous research and inquiry, it was confirmed that the two individuals, both of Asian nationality, operated a liquor store from within a residence in Jaber Al-Ahmad.

To expose their activities, a covert source was deployed, and an arrangement was made to purchase a quantity of alcohol from the suspects. As the exchange took place, law enforcement swiftly moved in, apprehending the individuals.

During subsequent interrogations, the suspects admitted to their involvement in the alcohol trade and disclosed that they had rented a house in Jaber Al-Ahmad to store their liquor stock. With this vital information, detectives promptly obtained a legal permit and conducted a raid on the rented house, uncovering approximately 1,500 bottles of imported and locally sourced wine.

Following these developments, an official report was filed, and a case was registered against the suspects. They were subsequently handed over to the appropriate authorities for further legal action.

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