Islamabad: 18 outlaws apprehended
ISLAMABAD: The capital police arrested 18 outlaws from different areas during a crackdown against the anti-social elements and recovered narcotics, weapons and looted items from them, a police spokesman said here Tuesday.
He said following the directions of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Tahir Alam Khan, the police officials accelerated their efforts against the criminal elements and launched crackdown against them. As a result, the police stations put their staff at high vigilance which led to the arrest of 18 outlaws from different parts of the city.
The Kohsar police arrested two alleged thieves and recovered stolen items of Rs90,000. The Bara Kahu police also arrested a thief with stolen goods valuing Rs25,000.
The Shalimar police arrested a thief possessing Rs10,000 stolen items. Likewise, the Tarnol police apprehended a man on suspicion and recovered a Kalashnikov and 136 rounds.
The Golra police apprehended two persons and recovered hashish weighing 2.25grams from their possession. Similarly the Aabpara police recovered hashish weighing 250grams from a man during search. The police also arrested four persons and recovered 30-bore pistols and a 9MM rifle.
The Anti-Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) arrested a man and recovered a stereo of a stolen vehicle and mobiles from him. The Industrial Area police arrested two persons and recovered stolen items worth Rs30,000 from him.
Besides, four beggars were also arrested from various parts of the city. Separate cases have been registered against all the nabbed persons and further investigations are underway.