KUWAIT CITY, Jan 30: Following directives from the Deputy Public Prosecutor, a forensic evidence team has been deployed to investigate the theft of gold jewelry valued at over 8,000 dinars belonging to an expatriate family, reports Al-Anba daily. The incident involved forced entry into the apartment located in Hawally, Block 6, Al-Muthanna Street. A complaint at the area police station has been filed by the head of the family, an expatriate, born in 1989. He said the theft occurred while he was away with his family, suggesting the suspect may be someone known to the family and knew where the valuables and money were kept.
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