KUWAIT CITY, June 1: The Ministry of the Interior has disclosed that the General Department of Criminal Investigation, in collaboration with the General Department of Airport Security, successfully apprehended an individual who had escaped from Kuwait International Airport. This achievement came after a comprehensive and intensified effort involving extensive search and investigation operations.
Lieutenant General Anwar Abdul Latif Al-Barjas, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, took prompt action by ordering the establishment of an immediate investigation committee. The primary objective of this committee is to determine the circumstances surrounding the escape of an African national from Kuwait International Airport on the previous day, Wednesday.
Earlier it was reported that a high level security alert was triggered after the African who arrived at Kuwait Airport went missing after it was discovered that he had been banned from entering the country. The suspect managed to escape from the airport hotel while awaiting his scheduled return flight. Upon his arrival in Kuwait, he proceeded to the passport counter where it was revealed through fingerprint analysis that he had previously been deported and barred from entering the country.
As a result, he was handed over to the airport investigations team, who subsequently transferred him to the airport hotel in preparation for his deportation on a returning flight. During his stay at the airport hotel, the man eluded the security personnel, ventured into the airport yard, and managed to breach the airport perimeter fence, gaining entry into the country.
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