Islamabad: CIA police arrest 12 outlaws
ISLAMABAD: The CIA Police have arrested 12 men for their alleged involvement in criminal activities, including minting money from people through fraudulent activities.
Upon directions of top police officials, a team led by CIA In-Charge Bashir Ahmed Noon managed to arrest twelve men, including a gang of fraudsters, who used to mint money by posing themselves as managing directors of various mobile companies on the pretext of giving people prize money after getting easy load. Some of the nabbed accused were involved in taking away the truck and tyres from a branch of the General Tyre Company in Sector I-10/3, looting a mobile phone shop in Iqbal Town and a house in Sector I-9/4 on October 13.
The police team also recovered looted items worth hundreds of thousands of rupees, a laptop, a computer, an LCD, 13 mobile phones, real and artificial jewellery, cash and two pistols from them.
The nabbed persons were identified as Fazal Ghani, Ameenullah, Pervez, Zar Khan, Abdul Jabbar, Abdul Qadir, Abdul Aziz, Ashraf, Farooq Khan, Sohail Khan and ZabiUllah. Further investigation and search for their accomplices is underway.