ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have apprehended 93 outlaws including 45 accused of 13 dacoit gangs, a police spokesman said on Thursday.
He said that the investigation officers of Capital police were using modern technology and human resources in the investigation process to arrest the accused, following directions of the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Qazi Jamil-Ur Rehman.
During the month of October, Islamabad Police have arrested 93 outlaws and recovered looted items worth Rs. 22.44 million.
DIG (Operations) Afzaal Ahmed Kausar said the federal police was conducting operations with a better and more effective strategy to curb crime in the city. A crackdown was underway to eradicate street crimes.
Police teams were using scientific methods and technology to trace the groups of accused and recovered the stolen goods from them, he added.
The DIG appealed the citizens to fulfill their national duty and help police to restore law and order and eradicate crime in the city.
He directed police officers to expedite actions against proclaimed offenders including the accused involved in robbery and dacoity incidents.
He further asked the officers to enhance patrolling at various areas to secure public properties. TF Report