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In 24 hours… the Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior solves the mystery of finding the body of a girl after trying to set her on fire
Doha – Al Sharq website
The Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior announced, on Sunday, that within less than 24 hours, criminal security sector men were able to solve the mystery of the murder of a girl in Barr Al-Salmi.
The ministry said – on its official account on Twitter – that the accused was reached and arrested, and an investigation is underway to find out the circumstances of the incident, and to take legal measures in this regard.
And the Kuwaiti security services had received a report yesterday about the presence of an unidentified body with traces of burns and mutilation of a girl lying at a bridge near the main road in the Barr Al-Salmi area.
According to the local newspaper, Al-Jarida, quoting its security sources, the killer happened, and that the victim was working as a maid in his family’s house.--
The sources added that the forensic medicine determined the nationality of the victim and all her data, and it was found that she holds residency in accordance with Article 20 of domestic workers, and a case has been registered against her that has been absent for a long time, and she is of Filipino nationality. .-
The sources added that the detectives, after identifying the victim, obtained information that she works on a daily or monthly wage system, and were able to locate the house in which she works, according to the testimony of one of her friends.
The detectives went to the house where the victim worked, according to the newspaper, and by investigating the family members, their 17-year-old son confessed to killing the victim inside his family’s house, after he beat her for several days, then strangled her and took her to the desert area near the road. the convoys, and threw her corpse, trying to set her on fire, but failed.
The detectives escorted the murderer to the site where the body was found, and represented his crime in the presence of the Deputy Public Prosecutor for the Juvenile Prosecution.