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Father fears twin sons joined terrorist groups

KUWAIT: A citizen expressed his fears that his 18-year-old twin sons may have been brainwashed and may have left Kuwait to join terrorist groups. The father told Fahaheel police that the two left home Saturday and did not return since.

Fake maid agency busted Residency Affairs Department detectives raided a bogus domestic help office that uses a private apartment in Khaitan. Five expats, all in violation of residency regulations, were arrested and sent to concerned authorities for deportation.

Kidnapped by friend A citizen accused his friend of kidnapping him and forcing him to sign a promissory note. A security source said the citizen told Fahad Al-Ahmed police that a friend with whom he has a financial dispute kidnapped and took him to a mutual friend’s diwaniya and forced him to sign a promissory note, then threatened to take it to police. Investigations are underway.

Co-op robbery An unknown thief broke into a cooperative society’s branch and took a cash register containing KD 150, but escaped as soon as the alarm sounded. A security source said the branch’s manager told Sulaibikhat police that the main gate was broken into and a cash register with KD 150 cash was missing. Investigations are underway. In another incident, a citizen accused a roaming taxi driver of stealing KD 680 from her purse, when she asked him to wait for her and entered a medical health center and left her purse behind.

Fight Hawally police ended a fight between three expatriates at a Salmiya cafÈ. The men are being questioned over the reason of their fight. —Al-Rai and Al-Anbaa

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This article was published on 13/07/2015