Police nab 14 outlaws


The Islamabad Police on Sunday arrested 14 outlaws including five women, accused of robbery, possession of liquor and unauthorised weapons.
The police also recovered 675 grams of hashish, seven bottles of wine and illegal weapons used in different criminal activities, and registered case against them.
According to details, the police had carried out an operation on the directives of SPP Yaseen Farooq.
Sihala Police arrested Habibullah and Muhammad Razzaq for involvement in theft and recovered stolen items worth Rs 75,000 from them.
Margalla Police arrested Ahmed Zaib on theft charges and seized stolen items worth Rs 10,000 from him.
Sub Inspectors Muhammad Aslam, Nusrat Ali and Turab-ul-Hassan and Muhammad Ramzan arrested Abdul Qayyum, Tasawur Imran and Shah Jahan. They recovered 575 grams of chars, seven bottles of wine, a 30-bore pistol with two rounds from their custody. During a crackdown Tarnol Police arrested Kamran and Adnan for selling diesel without a permit.
A police team headed by ASI Faiz Ahmed of Ramna Police Station arrested five women including Guddo, Samina, Kausar, Gulshan and Bashiraan on theft charges, and recovered stolen items worth Rs 12,000.