Forgot your password?

Back to login

8 expats said stole KD 616,994 worth cement mixing vehicles
May 6, 2017, 8:26 am

The attorney of an unidentified construction company has filed a complaint with the Al-Zour Police Station, accusing eight people — seven Egyptians and an Indian — of betrayal of trust, reports Al-Anba daily. According to the complainant the eight men have stolen from the company’s factory cement mixing vehicles worth KD 616,994. The lawyer said the theft was discovered during the annual stocktaking exercise.

The suspects are identified as Egyptians M.A. born in 1974; A.G. born in 1962; A.A.K. born in 1979 and his brother A.A.K born in 1981; T.K.M. born in 1965; M.A.F. born in 1980; A.J.S. born in 1989; and the Indian A.J.S. born in 1967.

Meanwhile, a GCC woman filed a complaint at Zahra Police Station against two housemaids working in her house in South Surra as they allegedly stole handbags and some other personal belongings worth KD 3,000. A thorough investigation followed leading to the arrest of the two housemaids who escaped from their sponsor’s home.

Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti woman told securitymen that a domestic labor office swindled her as she paid KD 100 deposit for the recruitment of a housemaid. When she contacted the owner of the labor office, the mobile phone was switched off. A case was registered at Adan Police Station and investigations are ongoing to arrest the culprit. Also, a Kuwait woman lodged a complaint at Abdally Police Station as electric cables worth thousands of Kuwaiti dinars were allegedly stolen from her farm. Investigations are underway to arrest the thief.

Source: Arab Times

Share your views

"It is hard to fail, but it is worse never to have tried to succeed."

"Envy comes from wanting something that isn't yours. But grief comes from losing something you've already had."

Photo Gallery