Robbers gang involved in Killing of CIA constable busted.
Islamabad -- The Islamabad police claimed to have arrested a six-member robbers gang allegedly involved in the murder of CIA police constable Waseem, sources said on Tuesday.
The robbers' gang was wanted to the twin cities police in various crimes of heinous natures. The gang have allegedly killed and injured people, including the CIA police constable, for their resistance during robbery and snatching incidents.
The gang, besides killing the police personal, has also killed a shop owner in Pirwadhai are for resisting robbery. The alleged gang was involved in robbery and snatching incidents in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi. They have allegedly robbed foreigners and local people on the streets.
The six-member gang has four Afghan nationals. The police have also recovered 20 mobile phones, a laptop, four motorcycles, cash and prize bonds worth hundreds and thousands, five pistols and 36 bullets.
Five of the alleged nabbed robbers have been identified as Ijaz Khan, alias Lala, Shah Fahad, Ismail, Ghazi, alias Baksur, and Shahab Shah, alias shooter. The nabbed suspected had shot dead Waseem while they were fleeing after committing a robbery in Sector I-8.
The other police official, identified as Mohammad Arif, had been seriously injured. Various other criminal cases have been registered against the gang in the Pirwadhai police station.
The gang had also shot dead a shop owner for resisting robbery at his in the Sadiqabad area of Rawalpindi. Their firing also took life of a woman who was passing the location. Meanwhile, the gang was allegedly involved in robbery and snatching incidents in Sector I-10, I-10/2, I-8/4, IJP Road, I-9 and various other areas of the twin cities.
During initial investigation, the nabbed gang has confessed its involvement in more than 70 robbery incidents.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jan 30, 2019|
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