Islamabad: 10 outlaws arrested; cash and wine recovered
ISLAMABAD: Police in the capital have arrested 10 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered snatched cash, cell phones, 190 cans of beer, 11 wine bottles and weapons from their possession, a police spokesman said on Sunday. According to details, Sub–Inspector Athar Khan along with police team of Sabzi Mandi police station arrested Salman Khan and Farman who confessed their involvement in various robbery incidents. Police also recovered snatched cash, mobile phones and one pistol along with ammunition from their possession.
Inspector Muhammad Ashraf from CIA Police arrested two suspects Abdul Rauf and Atiq–ur–Rehman besides recovering six snatched mobile phones and cash from their possession. Sub–Inspector Muhammad Akbar from Shehzad town police station arrested Manzar Khan for having 30 bore pistol.
Station House Officer of Loi Bher police station, Inspector Abdul Sattar Shah and Sub– Inspector Ghulam Rasool arrested two suspects Muhammad Zahid and Muhamamd Raiz during routine patrolling and recovered 190 cans of beer as well as nine wine bottles from their possession.
Sub–Inspector Nusrat Ali from Golra police station nabbed Iftikhar Hussain and recovered 300 grams hashish from him.
Tarnol police apprehended Saleem and Sartaj for having pistol and two wine bottles.
Cases have been registered against the accused and further investigation is underway.