Rawalpindi: Robbers loot millions, 4 vehicles stolen
RAWALPINDI: Robbers and thieves looted millions of rupees in cash, gold ornaments and valuables while four vehicles were stolen from different parts of the city, police said.
Two gunmen entered into the house of Mazhar–ur–Haq in Phagwari near Bhatta Naik Alam and held his sister-in-law at gunpoint, police said. The dacoits collected gold ornaments, cash and valuable and tried to flee but the lady shouted for help, police said adding that the dacoits started firing at her and fled away. The lady was shifted to hospital with multiple bullet injuries where she was stated in critical condition.
A gang of five dacoits looted the house of Farooq Khan located at Girja Road and took away Rs1.2 million cash and 38 tolas of gold ornaments after holding the family members at gunpoint. While, carjacking gangs took away four vehicle from various areas of the city. Toyota Corolla MN-2723 from PIA Colony, an Alto car bearing registration number MNS-217 was lifted from City Centre at Bank Road, and Suzuki pick-up TE-750-ICT stolen from Akaal Garh, Ganjmandi while an unregistered motorbike was lifted from Lunda Bazaar.
In another incident, a young man was murdered on old enmity in Jatli area, police said. One, Hamid Yasir was going home when his rivals – Ibadat and Zulqarnain intercepted him and gunned him down, the police said adding that the assailants managed to escape from the scene. The police, however, have registered the case against the suspects and started conducting raids to arrest them.