Islamabad: Police nab 12 outlaws
ISLAMABAD: The capital police have arrested 12 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered looted items worth Rs 90, 000, 15, liqour, 1.8 kg hashish, three 30-bore pistols and two rifles from their possession.
According to details, the patrolling team of the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) of the Islamabad police, consisting of Sub Inspectors Syed Haider Ali Shah and Zulfiqar Ahmed, recovered 1.100 kg hashish from Qaisar Zaman and a 30 bore pistol from Syed Ibrar Hussain Shah. Assistant Sub Inspector Riaz Hussain nabbed a thief, Anees-ur-Rehman and recovered stolen items from his possession.
Sub-Inspector Muhammad Aslam and ASI Mian Imran recovered valuables worth Rs 1, 80,000 from Basharat Masih, 200 gm hashish from Malik Mudassar and a 30 bore pistol from Fareed Ullah. Sub Inspector Manzoro Ahmed and ASI Javed Iqbal from Shailar police recovered 520 gm hashish and 10 bottles of liqour from Aslam and Sabir Qureshi respectively.
Sub Inspector Ahmed Khan from Sabzi Mandi police arrested Abdul Qadoos for possessing two rifles and a dagger.
Sub Inspectors Muhammad Ishaq and Javed Iqbal from Bhara Kahi police recovered a 12-bore gun and a 30-bore pistol from Ayaz Ahmed and Nusrat Bilal respectively.