Islamabad: 30 outlaws, 11 suspects held in twin cities
Islamabad/Rawalpindi: Islamabad police have arrested three outlaws and eleven suspects during high vigilance in the city, besides recovering tampered car, three illicit pistols along with ammunition and stolen property from their possession, a police spokesman said.
Police teams of Aabpara and Shahzad Town police stations conducted search in their respective areas and succeeded to nab 11 suspects who are being investigated further.
Meanwhile, police teams of Koral, Noon, Bhara Kahu and Banigala arrested four accused including Muhammad Saeed, Faizan and Naseem Akhtar, besides recovering 3 illicit pistols along with ammunition, a tampered car and stolen property from their possession. Cases have been registered against these persons and further investigation is underway.
Meanwhile, the police in its crackdowns against anti-social elements on Sunday netted 27 outlaws including six drunkards and six renting rules violators and recovered 310 grams hashish, 15 litres wine, one 30-bore pistol with two rounds and stolen gold ornaments from their possession.
According to police spokesman, police held Sabir Ali for having five litres wine. Pirwadhai police netted Abdul Wahab with ten litres wine.
Civil Line police arrested Muhammad Hussain and Muhammad Ilyas while Airport police nabbed Irslan Ahmed, Amir Saleem, Numan Mumtaz and Khurram who were allegedly under the influence of alcohol. Naseerabad police held five females and recovered stolen gold ornaments from them.
Pirwadhai police raided at illegal LPG and petrol agencies and nabbed Miraj Khan and Muhammad Imran.
Other accused were sent behind the bars for having illegal weapon, drugs and liquor. Meanwhile, New Town police arrested six renting rules violators.