Kuwaiti Accuses Expat Employee of Embezzlement

Kuwaiti Accuses Expat Employee of Embezzlement

KUWAIT CITY, May 30: A Kuwaiti citizen has filed a complaint at a police station in Hawally against his expatriate employee who allegedly betrayed his trust as the latter took KD560 and claimed to be holding a driving license that qualifies him to drive a motorcycle or a vehicle to deliver orders, reports Al-Anba daily. When the expatriate was arrested, he denied the accusations; stating that he stopped working because he did not receive his monthly salary, and that he does not hold a driving license, so he cannot deliver the orders. The security database confirmed this information. The detectives decided to hear the statements of the citizen once again and he stuck to his story. This prompted the detectives to refer the case to the concerned authority to reinvestigate both parties.

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