Lahore police kill four robbers in alleged encounter

Suspects were involved in serious crimes such as murder, robbery, had escaped from police van in 2008

Web Desk January 02, 2015
A file photo of Punjab police personnel. PHOTO: AFP/FILE

LAHORE: Police on Friday killed four suspected robbers in an alleged encounter in Lahore's Manawan area, Express News reported.

The four suspects, Amjad, Shakir, Irfan and Usman, had escaped from a jail van in 2008 and were wanted by the police since then.

All four were reportedly involved in serious crimes such as murder and robberies.

Police today found the suspects during a search and killed them in the alleged encounter.

No police personnel were reported to be injured.


Mohammed | 6 years ago | Reply

In most countries there would be an outcry but in PK it's the only way we can justice. What a terrible state of affairs.

Asad | 6 years ago | Reply

Police here are the thugs themselves.personal experience!!!

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