Kuwait Shaikh's brutal murder: Two Iranians arrested

Kuwait Shaikhs brutal murder: Two Iranians arrested

Kuwait - Interior ministry arrests murderers of two Kuwaitis, Indonesian



By KUNA and agencies

Published: Sun 27 Nov 2016, 2:43 PM

Last updated: Sun 27 Nov 2016, 6:28 PM

Kuwait has arrested two Iranian nationals for the murder of two Kuwaiti nationals and an Indonesian woman.
 
According to Arab Times, news about the brutal murder broke on Friday, when it became known that two Kuwaiti citizens, including royal Shaikh Sabah Mubarak Al-Nasser Al-Sabah and Saleh Al-Othman, and an Indonesian woman were murdered.
 
The paper reported that the victims were found inside an apartment in Salwa area, with their hands and feet tied and their mouths covered.
 
According to Arab Times, "They were killed execution style and there were other bullet wounds on their bodies. An injured Indian expatriate with a bullet wound on his back was also found in the vicinity."
 
In less than 24 hours, Kuwait's General Administration of Criminal Investigation managed to arrest those responsible for the murder of the two Kuwaiti nationals and an Indonesian female in Salwa on Friday, the Ministry of Interior said on Saturday.
 
According to Kuwait's national agency KUNA, the Interior Ministry's media and public relations department said in statement the suspects were arrested after intense investigation and information from eyewitnesses.
 
The suspects, Iranian nationals Mohammad Abdullredha Nawasser and Ali Mohammad Al-Bughaibesh, committed the crime using a handgun, said the statement.
 
Before escaping, the two suspects stole KD276,000 (Dh3.32 million) and three guns belong to the house owner, the statement added.
 


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