‘Car thieves’ held in Karachi
KARACHI: A police team of the Anti-Car Lifting Unit arrested four suspected car-lifters, including an Afghan national, besides busting three bandits involved in highway robberies in Karachi, claimed ACLU chief SSP Khurrum Waris on Tuesday.
Acting on a tip-off, the ACLU team raided a hideout in Taimuria police jurisdiction and arrested two suspected car-lifters, Saeed Ali Shah, son of Muhammad Shah, and Yaqoob, son of Khalil Ahmed. A stolen car (H-9195) was recovered from their custody. The outlaws hailed from Punjab, he added.
In another raid, an ACLU team apprehended two car thieves from Soldier Bazaar police jurisdiction. A Suzuki car (S-4576), stolen from the same area, was also recovered from their custody. SSP Waris said that the criminals were identified as Iqbal Afghani, son of Kamal Khan, hailing from Afghanistan, and Gul Hassan, son of Jail Ahmed, hailing from the NWFP. They used to sell the stolen cars in Punjab and the NWFP, he added.
The complete article can be found at Dawn News.