10 outlaws arrested in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police had a busy day on Wednesday, arresting several people in separate events and recovering vehicles, counterfeit currency, alcohol, drugs and weapons. In total, ten people were apprehended. According to a spokesman, a search operation by the Barakahu police at Expressway and Doungi Kasi led to the arrest of two people who were found carrying three 30–bore pistols and 20 rounds of ammunition. During interrogation, the detainees disclosed their involvement in automobile theft. The information they gave led the police to conduct a raid at Ghosia Mohalla, where they recovered a stolen Suzuki Carry.
In Tarnol, police patrolling in Jhangi Saydan arrested a drug peddler and confiscated one kilogram of opium. On a tip-off, Sabzi Mandi police searched a man at Mandi Mor and discovered counterfeit currency notes to the value of Rs45,000. In an unrelated event, they received two stolen vehicles, a Toyota Corolla and a Cultus. Police in Sihala arrested two men alleged to be thieves.
The city’s Crime Investigation Agency intercepted two suspicious CG–125 motorcycles in Irfanabad; the registration books turned out to be counterfeit, and the cycles had in fact been stolen from Shahzad Town.