No respite from the crimes in various parts of district Attock
ATTOCK (JUNE-02) – There is no respite from the crimes in various parts of district Attock as criminals up against arms against masses rule the roost in commercial and residential areas depriving masses from cash and valuables worth millions of rupees as police looking the whole affair as idle spectators due to the reasons best known to them. In the one of the biggest ever robbery incident of Jand Police of Attock district, a five-member gang of armed bandits deprived gold dealers from cash and gold worth Rs 10 million. The gold dealer Kashif Shahzad along with his other collegues were going to Sargodha when five armed bandits intercepted them CPEC route near Raisi bridge and on gun point deprived cash and gold worth Rs 10 million and escaped successfully. Moreover, two armed bandits in a broad day light robbery incident deprived a man from cash worth Rs 95 thousands and escaped successfully. Muhammad Bilal has reported to Police that he was going to his home after drawing cash from local bank and when reached near bus stand, two armed bandits riding on a motorcycle intercepted him and on gun point snatched cash from him and fled away successfully. Armed bandits strike at three different places in different places in the Rango police station of Hazro town of Attock on Friday. Three armed bandits deprived Shams ur Rehman and Yasir from his motorcycle, two cell phone and cash in Noorpur village and fled away with looted booty. The same bandits on the same motorcycle reached a mini petrol pump of Raj Wali onTajja Bajja road and snatched cash worth 36 thousand rupees from and fled away.
QAZI SHOAIB KHAN, BUREAU CHIEF ATTOCK
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