Van used in Karachi bombing recovered

The chassis number of the white Toyota van used in the Karachi bombing is identified as investigation teams comb area.

Express November 12, 2010

KARACHI: The chassis number of the white Toyota van used in the Karachi bombing was identified on Friday as investigation teams combed the area.

The Special Investigation Unit (SIU) department of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), along with officers of the Crime Investigation Department and police visited the blast site this morning.

Investigation teams found the white Toyota van used by militants to target the CID building and its chassis number identified.

All evidence has been sent to a forensic lab.

The police have not yet issued any sketches of the terrorists involved in the incident and a case against the incident had not been registered.

The attack on the Sindh police’s main investigation agency, the CID building, near PIDC, on Thursday night killed at least 16 people and injured more than 140.  The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has taken responsibility for the blast.


Asma Ahmad | 11 years ago | Reply Our crime investigations are a big joke. Thousands will continue to die every year in such large scale terror operations and the public will never know in the name of what. And as Sengathir stated... what is the progress of the Marriott (Isl) and PC (Peshawar) bombings?
Sengathir | 11 years ago | Reply Can anybody tell me about the progress of investigation & conviction of Islamabad Marriott bombing...?
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