Islamabad Police arrested 19 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered weapons, liquor, laptops and other stolen property from their possession.
A press release issued by the police on Tuesday said Khanna police during patrolling arrested four suspected criminals, identified as Zakar Hussain, Abdul Malik, Madf and Ali Hassan and recovered three 30-bore pistols along with ammunition and 30 litres of wine from their possession.
The Koral police arrested Abdul Basit and recovered one 30-bore pistol along with ammunition from him while the Secretariat police arrested Muhammad Zubraiz and recovered one 30-bore illicit pistol along with ammunition from him.
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The Margalla police arrested two people accused of theft in their jurisdiction. The suspects were identified as Zubair and Usman.
The Karachi Company police recovered two 30-bore pistols along with ammunition and one dagger, along with other stolen property from the possession of Naveed, Umer Khan, Muhammad Rizwan and Hasrat Khan. The Aabpara police arrested two accused, Faisal and Qasim, and recovered six wine bottles from their possession.
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The Shalimar police apprehended three persons, identified as Muddassar, Abeer and Faisal, and recovered one bottle of wine from their possession. Police also arrested a suspected thief identified as Dolat Khan.
The Sabzi Mandi police arrested Atiq and recovered a dagger from him.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 22nd, 2015.
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