RAWALPINDI: A rise in the variety of road criminal offenses has actually been reported to the cops with bad guys swiping 20 bikes, three other automobiles, mobile phones and cash.
According to cops stats, 17 cases of bike burglary, burglary, burglary as well as basic burglary happened on Saturday while the remaining events, including lifting of 16 motorcycles and also break-ins, took place in the last one week. However, all the instances were registered with the police on Saturday.
On the other hand, the authorities claimed that the increase in the number instances on police record resulted from “free enrollment” of instances by the police.
Abdul Haseeb Khan complained to the Banni police that he was returning house when 2 armed persons intercepted him at Asghar Shopping center System and snatched Rs38000, a mobile phone and also his motorbike.
Fiaz Ahmad, a homeowner of Ratta Amral, was robbed of Rs20,000 as well as a smart phone by three burglars.
Noman Ali, a local of Dhoke Kala Khan, stated robbers raided his store and snagged Rs80,000 from him and Rs30,000 from a client in addition to a smart phone.
Fahim Khan claimed a shooter burglarized him of cash and a cellphone in Naseerabad while Mohammad Arif, a naanbai, grumbled to the RA Bazaar police that burglars burglarized his store and also stole Rs60,000.
Mohammad Naseer, a local of Waris Khan, shed Rs230,000 after robbers burglarized his home in the absence of his family.
Syed Roze, of Morgah cops area, said intruders swiped Rs4 million, gold jewellery worth Rs2.5 million and a cellphone from his home.
Rahim Shah’s cars and truck was stolen from Mandra while one rickshaw each of Hamza Khan and Jameel Khan were stolen from Waris Khan as well as Naseerabad.
Nawazish Ali, Mohammad Yaqoob, Saqib Ghulam Hussain, Ehtashimul Haq, Waheedur Rehman, Mohammad Arif, Iyaz Khan, Abdul Razaq, Khalid Mehmood, Qasim Tariq, Ijazul Haq, Suleman Munawar, Syed Omer Bilal, Safdar Hussain and also Zeeshan Ali approached the police from different locations concerning the theft of their bikes.