Lahore: NH&MP halt 31 criminals involved in snatching vehicles, cattle theft, pick-pocketing
LAHORE: The National Highways and Motorway Police N-5 Central claimed to have arrested 31 criminals involved in snatching vehicles and cattle theft, pick–pocketing and possession of illegal weapons. Police also seized three vehicles, arms and ammunition, nine cell phones, cash and other valuables from criminals during the last 10 days. The patrolling force also reunited six children with their parents.
According to a handout issued here on Thursday, NH&MP officers managed to nab 31 suspects, including Yasin, Falak Sher, Akbar, Mubarik, Shafiq, Dilshad, Ghazanfer, Saeed, Iqbal, Rashid, Asghar, Adnan, Riasat, Ahmad, Iftikhar, Anwar and Shaukat, in different incidents.
A snatched Mehran car (MN–1862), a stolen Corolla car (FD–660) along with a Kalashnikov and a 9mm pistol, a snatched Suzuki car (LWB-5858), fake registration number plates, huge amount of arms and ammunition, nine cell phones and other valuables were also recovered from them.
The arrested criminals and recovered items were handed over to the local police for further legal action.
Separately, police also helped physically-challenged 12-year-old Sobia Dawood, four-year-old son of Arif, eight-year-old Hamza Gulzar, nine-year Fiaz Hanif, 10–year–old Ashfaq Haqnawaz and seven-year-old Rehan Babar reunite with their aggrieved families.