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CIA busts notorious criminal gang

-Arrests six, recovers bikes, valuables

ISLAMABAD: Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) of Capital Cops busted six members of a criminal gang and recovered two stolen motorbikes, 15 mobile phones, cash, valuables and weapons from them, here on Tuesday.
According to details, DIG Operations Waqar-ud-Din Syed issued directions to all zonal officers, SP Investigation for renewed efforts against those involved in anti-social activities. Following these directions, SP Investigation constituted police team under the supervision of DSP CIA Hakim Khan including ASIs Jaffar Ali, Sadder Ahmed, Fayyaz along with others. The team succeeded to arrest six members of a notorious gang identified as Mehmood Sultan alias Chandi, Khawer Zaman alias Khawery , Shahzad alias Shad, Mubasher alias Basheer, Mehtab and Ali.
Moreover, during preliminary investigation, the accused confessed of striking at various areas of the twin cities including PS Koral, PS Shalimar and PS Banigala jurisdiction areas. Cops also recovered two stolen motorbikes, 15 mobile phones, cash, valuables and weapons used by them in criminal incidents.
Further probe is underway from the accused. IGP Islamabad Qazi Jamil Ur Rehman and DIG Operations Islamabad Waqar-ud-Din Syed have appreciated this performance of CIA police team.

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