Karachi: 2 `bandits` arrested
KARACHI: Two bandits, allegedly involved in more than 36 robberies, were arrested by the Gizri police late on Wednesday night. Addressing a press conference at the Gizri police station, the capital city police chief, Wasim Ahmed, said the bandits mainly looted women in Defence. The suspects, identified as Mohammed Ali and Umair, had been operating in the locality for the past eight months.
He said the bandits were arrested following a shootout and the police seized three vehicles, 60 wrist watches, 20 cellphones and a sizeable quantity of looted gold ornaments. The city police chief said the suspects committed robberies in a rented white Corolla.