Fake cop among 14 arrested from various parts of capital
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have arrested 14 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered two stolen cars, mobile phones, hash, alcohol and illegal weapons from them, a police spokesman said on Friday. According to police, Sub–Inspector Rab Nawaz from Tarnol police station arrested a drug pusher and recovered one kilogramme of hash from him, while Sub-Inspector Ghulam Shabbir recovered a stolen car from one Usman.
Sub-Inspector Khalid Mehmud from Aabpara police arrested a thief and recovered stolen items worth thousands of rupees from him and ASI Sarfaraz Ahmed from Bhara Kahu police arrested a man and recovered stolen mobiles phones from him.
ASI Mumtaz Baig from Margallah police arrested Saqib, who had snatched mobile phone from a citizen, posing as an employee of the CID police. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Riaz from Industrial area police arrested a man, while ASIs Qamar Ejaz and Muhammad Afras from Sabzi Mandi police arrested Waseem and Junaid for having one 30-bore pistol each.
ASI Muhammad Riaz from Sihala police station arrested an accused, Tanveer, and recovered 25 cartridges of a 12-bore gun from him. ASI Muhammad Ehsan from Bani Gala police arrested an accused, Azam, for possessing a 30-bore pistol.
ASI Zulfiqar from Shehzad Town police arrested two men, Shehzad and Shahbaz, while ASI Ghulam Raza from Ramna police apprehended one Azam for possessing two bottles of alcohol. ASI Muhammad Irshad from Margallah police recovered a car from a man named Dilawar. It had been found stolen from the precincts of Wazirabad city police station.