Kidnapped Pindi sisters recovered from Peshawar

The victims are relatives of a high profile government personality


​ Our Correspondent August 23, 2019
PHOTO: File

RAWALPINDI: Police have safely recovered two girls kidnapped from Rawalpindi on Eidul Azha from Samarzar Colony on Adyala Road in precincts of Saddar police station.

Both the sisters had gone to a nearby shop to buy ice-cream. Police traced the girls in Peshawar by tracing the mobile data of the kidnappers.

The victims are relatives of a high profile government personality who had pursued Punjab inspector general of police, regional and city police officers of Rawalpindi for their safe recovery.

Subsequently, Rawalpindi police coordinated with Peshawar police who initially arrested a suspect named Shehzad and traced the remaining suspects through their mobile data.

Both victims were shifted to Rawalpindi from Peshawar on Thursday and were later taken to District Headquarters Hospital for a detailed medical examination.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 23rd, 2019.

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