Man involved in over 200 Karachi robberies: KARACHI: Rangers as well as police on Monday arrested a suspect supposedly involved in greater than 200 break-ins in the city in a raid performed in Manzoor Swarm neighbourhood of the city.
A spokesman for Rangers while detailing the action from law enforcement authorities (LEAs) said that Asif Zaman was arrested in a joint raid in Manzoor Swarm and also was associated with more than 200 incidents of dacoity, street criminal offenses, as well as various other criminal acts.
“We have recovered a tool utilized in break-ins from his ownership,” the spokesperson said.
Outlining several of his criminal acts, he said that Asif Zaman devoted dacoity at MA Jinnah Road on 03 and also 07 April where he looted a bakery and also a dairy products store.
“We took help from close-by CCTV video footages of these acts to apprehend the suspect,” he stated including that it revealed 4 suspects looting a man at gunpoint.
“He had dedicated 60 break-ins in addition to his accomplices,” the Rangers authorities stated adding that of his partners, Zeeshan Malik, was arrested formerly through Rangers.
The suspect has been turned over to cops along with the recuperated weapon for additional legal procedures.
The LEAs in Karachi have previously arrested thinks purportedly associated with the burglaries and also various other horrendous criminal acts.
In one such case recently, authorities declared on March 03 to have broken a five-member gang behind numerous murders as well as rapes throughout robbery bids in the port city.
The detained suspects have actually been recognized as Shayan Shani, Danyal Chand, Shan Masih, Emmanuel and James pen name Jimmy.
Elderly Superintendent of Police (East) Suhai Aziz Talpur claimed five different type of tools, 2 motorcycles, over Rs300,000 money and looted valuables were taken from their property.
She stated the suspects were associated with greater than 20 cases of abhorrent offences. They murdered a home supplier, Farooq during a burglary quote on Feb 6 as well as stole six cellphones as well as Rs60,000 cash money.