Islamabad: 14 outlaws held; 3 handgrenades recovered
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police on Tuesday apprehended 14 outlaws from different areas of the city and recovered three hand grenades, weapons, wine and stolen mobile phones from their possession, a police spokesman said. According to detail, ASI Inam Ullah from Golra police recovered three hand grenades from a suspect, Sohail s/o Zafar Iqbal resident of Rawalpindi, who was intercepted by him at Saadat Colony for special checking. He also recovered 370 rounds of SMG from him.
ASI Fazal Khaliq arrested an accused Waheed and recovered a 30-bore pistol from his possession while Sub–Inspector Shah Nazar from Nolrea Police Station apprehended an accused Arsalan for possessing a 30-bore pistol and seven rounds.
Sub–Inspector Muhammad Usman from Bhara Kahu police arrested two mobile thieves Shoaib and Haneef besides recovering mobiles from them.
On a tip-off, ASIs Imran Haider and Mumtaz Baig raided at a hideout of dacoits in G-9/1 and arrested three dacoits named Aurangzeb, Sohail and Ghulam Qadir. Another accused Jamshed Iqba was arrested in possession of a 30-bore pistol too. ASI Nasir Manzoor from Aabpara police nabbed two mobile thieves identified as Yunus, Hussain and recovered three stolen cell phones from them while Sub–Inspector Muhammad Ishaq recovered two wine bottles from a bootlegger Pitras.
Sabzi Manid police arrested two Afghan nationals identified as Aman Ullah and Muhammad Riaz who could not justify their stay in Pakistan. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons under relevant sections and further investigation is underway from them. SSP Islamabad Muhammad Yousuf Malik has appreciated this overall performance and directed all police officials to ensure effective policing in their respective areas.