Islamabad: 20 outlaws held
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have arrested 20 outlaws including 6 proclaimed offenders (PO) from various areas of the city and recovered weapons, alcohol and stolen items from their possession, a police spokesman said on Saturday. According to details, ASI Shaukat Mehmud from Secretariat police nabbed Rajis Masih for having 90 cans of beer. ASI Ameer Sajjad from Bhara Kahu police apprehended a bootlegger Zeeshan for possessing six wine bottles while ASI Tanveer Ahmed from Golra police arrested Waqar and Jahandad for having four wine bottles. Sub–Inspector Muhammad Ali from Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) of Islamabad police arrested a thief Khalil and recovered stolen items from him while ASI Tariq Rauf arrested Manzar Abbasss in possession of 30–bore pistol. ASI Fateh Sher from Koral police arrested a thief Waseem besides recovering stolen items from him while two other nabbed thieves Shehbaz and Ali Raza are being interrogated by him.
ASI Muhammad Ameer also recovered 30–bore pistol from Wali Muhammad. On a tip off, Sub–Inspector Muhammad Aslam from Women police arrested four persons including three women for their alleged involvement in immoral activities. The nabbed persons have been identified as Ali, Anweri alias Kalsoom, Farah alias Sonia, Shamim alias Shabana. Meanwhile, Nilore, Bhara Kahu, Sihala and Koral police arrested a total of six proclaimed offenders who were wanted by police for their involvement in crime of heinous nature. Cases have been registered against all of these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them.