Expat Accuses Kuwaiti Citizen of Stealing from Farm in Al-Mutla’a

Expat Accuses Kuwaiti Citizen of Stealing from Farm in Al-Mutla’a

KUWAIT CITY, March 24: An unidentified expatriate has filed a report at the Al-Mutla’a Police Station accusing two people, a Kuwaiti citizen and an expatriate, of stealing a diesel-electric motor, four surveillance cameras that operate on solar power and 3,000 meters of electrical cables with 10 mm thickness from a farm in the Al-Mutla’a area, reports Al-Anba daily. The misdemeanor Case No. 38/2024 has been filed against the suspects.
Meanwhile, the Jahra Investigation Department has issued an arrest warrant against the two men. On the other hand, an expatriate who works as a contractor has filed a complaint with the same police station accusing unidentified person/s of stealing 60 EGP and other construction materials from a plot in which construction work was being carried out.

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