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MENAFN - Arab Times - 07/01/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab Times) Police have arrested an unidentified Egyptian for selling sex toys and sex stimulating pills, reports Al-Rai daily. Acting on a tip off police from the Mubarak Al-Kabir governorate set a trap for him and caught him in the act. Along with the contraband the suspect has been referred to the concerned authorities. During interrogation the man said most of his clients were women



Two 'specialists' nabbed: Two Kuwaiti citizens specialized in breaking into vehicles and stealing the contents have been arrested by Hawalli security operatives for theft. They confessed perpetrating more than a few thefts and selling the loot to a third suspect. Security sources said the arrest followed complaints the concerned authorities received from several citizens about thieves breaking into their vehicles and making away with their belongings. Acting on information, a team of officers from Hawalli Security Directorate was formed to bring the suspects to justice. Guarded by search and arrest warrant from the Public Prosecution, security officers raided the suspects' house and recovered stolen items, including currencies. The suspects were referred to the relevant authority








 


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