Runaway boy reunited with parents in Islamabad

Child had run away from home in fit of rage, NHMP police traced parents and handed child over to them

Our Correspondent March 04, 2021


The National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP) has reunited a runaway boy with his family.

According to a press release issued on Wednesday, the Motorway police officers near Kallar Kahar saw a boy aged 15, identified as Muhammad Rawaha, son of Rana Shafqat, who had run away from his home in a fit of rage. The NHMP traced his parents and handed the child over to them.

In another case, a constable of the Motorway police at Kallar Kahar Service Area found a bag containing 7,000 Iranian Rials and other important documents. With the help of the CNIC in the wallet, the phone number was traced and the wallet was handed over to Imran Haider, the owner.

Meanwhile, an individual informed the Motorway police through its helpline that he lost his costly smartphone while travelling near the Sial Morr service area. The officials traced his phone and delivered it to him.

In addition to that, an abandoned vehicle was found near Bhera. Upon investigation, it was found that the car was stolen from Faisalabad. After taking the car in custody and fulfilling the legal requirements, the Motorway police handed over the vehicle to the respective police in the presence of its owner, Omar Ahmed.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 4th, 2021.


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