Islamabad: CIA police arrests alleged murderer, three proclaimed offenders
ISLAMABAD: The Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) arrested an alleged murderer, three proclaimed offenders, three robbers and recovered weapons and looted items from their possession, police official said on Wednesday.
According to CIA officials, CIA police arrested Abdul Haq alias Lahori, who killed a trader, Arshad, during an attempted robbery. On November 25, 2009, Asif and Arshad were returning home from their shop in Faizabad. Unidentified motorcyclists tried to rob them at gunpoint near Union Council Sohan, and opened fire upon resistance.
Muhammad Arshad was critically injured and shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), where he succumbed to his injuries. Local police launched an investigation into the case after an FIR was registered on the complaint of the father of the deceased. Later, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Islamabad Muhammad Yousuf Malik transferred the case to CIA police.
The CIA Police team, headed by Bashir Ahmed Noon, and comprising Inspector Mubarak Ali, Sub-Inspector Muhammad Ali and others, succeeded in arresting one of the main accused, Abdul Haq alias Lahori, resident of Shahdra, Lahore. They recovered the mobile phone of the deceased from his possession and a 30-bore pistol, which was the murder weapon. Efforts are also underway to nab his accomplices.
Meanwhile, CIA police teams arrested three proclaimed offenders from Rawalpindi, who were identified as Waseem Abbas, Muhammad Sohail and Rizwan. The three men had been involved in robberies in Industrial area, Shalimar and Sihala Police Stations.
Likewise, three other robbers were arrested and stolen goods were also recovered from their possession. They were identified as Faqeer Hussain, Farzan and Sajid Hussain.