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Govt hospital in Lahore robbed

Govt hospital in Lahore robbed

LAHORE – Four armed robbers disguised as patients robbed the Government Hospital Shahdara on Wednesday. The criminals, riding on a car, entered the hospital and one of them pretended as a patient.
Later, they held the staff, including nurses and doctors, at gunpoint and snatched more Rs 40,000 in cash and four mobile phones before fleeing the crime scene. The duty officer of the hospital said only four to five employees were present at the time of incident.

Lahore-bound Daewoo bus robbed

LAHORE – Five robbers, including a woman, looted a Lahore-bound Daewoo bus late on Sunday. National Highways and Motorway Police confirmed that the incident took place near Pattoki on the main highway at about 12:30am.
Shouzab Gardezi, a passenger traveling in the Multan-Lahore bus told Pakistan Today that he was returning to Lahore after visiting his ancestral home when four men and a woman who had boarded the bus from Multan held the other passengers hostage at gunpoint as soon

French embassy secretary robbed

ISLAMABAD French Embassy Secretary Domnique Delavigne’s house was looted by four robbers within the precincts of Aabpara Police Station on Friday. Delavigne informed the police that the men entered his house and holding the residents at gunpoint snatched 30 Euros, Rs 3000, 3 laptops, 2 hard disks and 2 USBs, police said.

Rs 0.25m robbed in 2.5 minutes

LAHORE – Three unidentified armed men robbed Rs 0.25 million from the Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Kot Abdullah Branch in the Mozang Police Station precincts on Monday. According to details, three men stormed into the bank at 2:15pm and took the staff and customers hostage at gunpoint and seized money placed at the payment shelf.
Security guard, Waheed Khan, 40, was standing inside the bank and put up some resistance, upon which the robbers thrashed and pistolwhipped him on his head

House robbed of gold ornaments, cash

HAFIZABAD – Unidentified dacoits looted gold ornaments, cash and other valuables worth millions of rupees, including the dowry of two sisters, from village Wachoki Kalan after taking the inmates hostage. According to details, four dacoits forced an entry into the house of Malik Manzoor of Wachoki Kalan at midnight, took all family members hostage at gunpoint and looted gold ornaments, cash and other valuables worth millions of rupees, including dowry of her two daughters, and fled

Cash robbed from sweetmart

PAKPATTAN – Dacoits took away Rs 199,000 from a sweetmart at Karkhana Road and fled. As per details, some unidentified armed dacoits forced an entry into a sweet shop at Karkhana Road, snatched Rs 199,000 from its owner and managed to escape.

Five houses robbed, citizens block roads

GUJRANWALA – Robbers took away valuables from five houses in the city in early hours on Sunday while hundreds of citizens blocked the bypass road for two hours, suspending the flow of traffic between Lahore and Islamabad.
Reportedly, six armed and masked robbers forced ann entry into the house of Muhammad Munir and took away 10 tolas of gold ornaments and other valuables. The robbers barged into his neighbourer’s house and looted cash and other valuables at gunpoint.
They

ASI among four robbed in Faisalabad

FAISALABAD – Assistant Sub-Inspector Taj Muhammand was among the victims of a highway robbery by a gang of dacoits. The gang, who had waylaid a check post barrier, was busy in looting the passersby at Mohalla Kot Eidi, Cinema Road, Gojra when ASI Taj Mohammad on his motorcycle was also stopped by the gang.
The ASI, who is working as a PA to Toba Tek Singh District Police Officer (DPO), was going home after his duty. When he tried to resist the gang, they attacked him and severely

30 shops robbed in Karachi mobile market, traders protest

KARACHI: Thirty shops at the Kohinoor Mobile Market in Saddar – commonly known as ‘Electronics Market’- were robbed of cash and goods worth Rs 10 million in the wee hours of Friday. When the shopkeepers arrived at the market in the morning, they saw that the shutters’ locks were broken and their cash and goods gone. The shopkeepers and union representatives closed the mobile markets located at Abdullah Haroon Road in protest and chanted slogans against law enforcers. They blocked the

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