Thieves, robbers on the loose in twin cities

ISLAMABAD: Thieves and robbers are spreading their wings in the federal capital and twin city Rawalpindi as police departments continues to show height of negligence  According to details five unknown armed robbers stormed a shop at Murree Road, Bhara Kahu and looted away from the shopkeeper along with shopper’s cash, mobile phones all worth up to Rs 23 lakh. The robbers escaped the scene. An FIR has been lodged with Bhara Kahu police station.  Unknown thief stole away a Suzuki Khyber numbered ABM-929 parked outside the Fire Brigade office in G-7/1. An FIR has been lodged with Aabpara police station. Four unknown armed burglars tried to make their way inside a house at Atthal, Bhara Kahu. The inhabitants of the house resisted the incursion. The physical show of defense led the robbers to fire at Gulfraz and Umar. The robbers then escaped the scene severely injuring the two. An FIR has been lodged with Bhara Kahu police station. Unknown criminals stole away a Toyota Corolla numbered IDL-451 from the parking lot of a residential apartments block in I-9/1 worth Rs 0.7 million. An FIR has been lodged with I-9 police station. The dead body of a 9/10 year old boy was recovered and identified from a bath room of a house under construction in Koral. An FIR has been lodged with Koral police station. Unknown miscreant stole away from a house in Pak PWD Society a Honda 125cc motorcycle numbered DP-809 worth Rs 80,000. An FIR has been lodged with Lohi Bhir police station. 

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