Looted cash worth Rs 3.2m returned to owner


inspector General of Police Islamabad Dr. Akbar Nasir Khan on Tuesday handed over a looted amount of Rs 3.2 million to the owner after its recovery from a seven-member gang which was busted by a team of the ICT police.

The recovered cash was returned to the owner here at a ceremony which was also attended by DIG Security Hassan Raza, DIG Heaquarters Awais Ahmad, DIG Operations Sohail Zafar Chatha, AIG Operations Karar Hussain Syed, SP Industrial Area Saud Khan, and other police officials

The complainant of the case thanked IGP Islamabad and the investigation team for its quick response and recovering the looted money.

According to the police spokesman, the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) police busted the seven-member the other day. The gang was involved in numerous dacoities carried out in different areas of Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Sharing the details of incident, he said on May 31, 2022, some unknown dacoits looted a cash van of a private company in sector I-10. The IGP Islamabad took the notice of the incident and directed the DIG Operations to trace the dacoits as soon as possible.


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