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Stolen vehicle recovered, lady among five car lifters arrested 

24 November 2010 11:08:14

Stolen vehicle recovered, lady among five car lifters arrested


National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&MO) has recovered four stolen/snatched vehicles and arrested a lady among five other car lifters.

As per details, Motorway Police was informed by Islamabad Police that a Suzuki Mehran Car No. RPT-1515,has been stolen from the jurisdiction of Shalimar Police Station.

On receiving this information the Motorway Police officers PO Gulzar Arshad and PO Abid Shah succeeded to stop the said car on Motorway (M-1) in the area of Carsadha and arrested the two car lifters Afzaal Ahmed s/o Haji Iqbal, resident of Rawalpindi, and Atif s/o Liaquat Ali, resident of Abbottabad.   

In a second incident an Inspector of NHA Muhammad Rafique informed Motorway Police that Honda VTI Car No. RLD-996 was snatched on gun point from his driver from Fateh Jang. The officers of Motorway Police PO Sabir Zaman and Hasrat Nawaz stopped the said car on Motorway (M-1) near Rashakai interchange and arrested a lady Shumaila Akhtar, resident of Peshawar, and two car lifters named Syed Jamal, resident of Rawalpindi, and Muhammad Irfan, resident of Peshawar.  

In another incident, Pindi Gheb Police informed Motorway Police that a white Shahzor vehicle was stolen from Pindi Gheb, District Attock. The Motorway Police officers PO Inayatullah observed the said vehicle plying on M-1 near Peshawar interchange, which was signaled to stop, but instead of stopping the car the driver tried to escape, However, the officers of Motorway Police succeeded to arrest the culprit named Hayat Shah, resident of Mardan. 

Meanwhile, during routine patrolling on Motorway (M-2) in the area of Sukhekhe, the Motorway Police officers SPO Mumtaz Ahmed and PO Javed Raza saw a  Honda car No. GTK-312 which was parked at hard shoulder in the area of Sukhekhe and no one was present inside the car. After waiting for a long time, when no body came to the vehicle, the Motorway Police took the vehicle into its custody and searched it thoroughly. During search, a marriage card was found from it. When the Motorway Police officers contacted on the telephone number mentioned on the marriage card, the owner of vehicle said that the vehicle belonged to him which was stolen from Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Lahore.