11 ‘outlaws’ arrested by Quetta police

Police also confiscates three stolen motorcycles during the operations


Mohammad Zafar November 06, 2018
PHOTO: REUTERS

QUETTA: The police in Quetta have arrested 11 outlaws, including two proclaimed offenders, during search operations in the provincial capital.

The two offenders were identified as Wazir Ahmed Langove and Manzoor Ahmed Langove.

According to the police, the operations were carried out in the jurisdictions of Satellite Town, Kechi Baig, New Sariab and Zarghoon Abad.

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During the operations, the police arrested nine people wanted in various criminal cases.

The police also confiscated three stolen motorcycles during the operations. The action was ordered by Regional Police Officer (RPO) Quetta Abdul Razzaq Cheema.

Meanwhile, Superintendent of Police City Circle Quetta Abdullah Jan Affridi and SDPO Quetta Cantt Younas Raza, accompanied by the officials of Jinnah Town Police Station, arrested the proclaimed offenders. Further interrogation is underway.

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