Rawalpindi: 2 murders, 12 robberies in 24 hours
RAWALPINDI: Two persons were murdered and a girl was kidnapped while criminals struck at 12 different places during the last 24 hours depriving people of valuables, police said Sunday. Iftikhar Hussain, a resident of Gujar Mehar, told Jatli police that his son, Ibrar Hussain, left the house after receiving an unknown call. He said when he launched search for his son, he found him lying dead in the limits of Chak Naban. A case was registered and investigation started. isar Ahmad lodged a complaint with Wah Cantt police alleging that Jahanzeb and Arif killed his son Izhar Ahmad for some unknown reason. He said the body of his son was found lying abandoned in Jinnah Colony. A case was registered and investigation started to track down the two alleged killers.
Hanif Bibi, a resident of Chitian Hatian, lodged a report with Waris Khan police alleging that her neighbor, Shah Zaib, had kidnapped her 14-year-old daughter and shifted her to an unknown place.
Syed Asad Rizvi, a resident of Zafar ul Haq Road, complained to Waris Khan police that some burglars broke into his house in the absence of family members and took away 14 tola gold jewelry, Rs 15,000 in cash and some other valuables.
Nasir Khan lodged a complaint with Wah Cantonment police stating that some burglars broke into his house and made off with Rs 20,000 in cash and a water suction pump.
Muhammad Hanif, a resident of Tench Bhata, informed RA Bazaar police that burglars broke into his house and took away jewelry worth thousands of rupees.
Syed Mohsin Raza Gillani informed New Town police that two unidentified motorcyclists intercepted him near Holy Family Hospital and robbed him of Rs 2,000 in cash, a cellphone and other valuables at gunpoint.
Mirza Shahid, a resident of Peshawar Road, lodged a complaint with Westridge police stating that he was on his way to office when two motorcyclists intercepted him and deprived him of a cellphone at gunpoint.
Amir Hanif, a resident of Kalyam Awan, lodged a report with Mandra Police Station stating that three highwaymen intercepted his car and deprived him of Rs 34,000 in cash, three cellphones and some other valuables.
Meanwhile, six vehicles were lifted from different parts of the city. Ibrar Ahmad’s car was lifted from Scheme-III, Shahid Ahmad’s car (LXH-6996) was lifted from the parking lot of district courts, Ahmad Shahzad’s Suzuki Carry van (RLC-1028) was lifted from Saddar, Malik Meharban’s car (KE–911) was stolen by four robbers from his house located in the jurisdiction of Westridge Police Station, while Shahzad Ahmad’s motorbike (LWO–2605) was stolen from Raja Bazaar.