Four Murderers Killed Being Taken for Identification, Assailants Fled the Scene

Written by  Published by:Pakistan Views Saturday, 04 February 2017 19:41

LAHORE: At least four suspects were gunned down in a shootout in the wee hours of Saturday, claimed Police.

According to CIA Police, four suspects: Nadeem, Babar, Sattar and Azam suspected of murder and kidnapping for ransom were being taken for identification by the personnel, when their close associates opened fire at Manawa area.

During the crossfire, all four suspects were killed, however, their accomplices managed to flee from the spot by taking advantage of bad light.

According to Police, the suspects killed a 14-year-old hostage at Samanabad`s area in 2016 after taking ransom of Rs 2.5 million.

Earlier, four alleged dacoits were killed in a police operation in Lahore`s Siggiyan Pull, in the wee hours of Friday.

The suspects killed five people in Millat Park who resisted or attempted to fight off their robbery attempt, informed local Police authorities, further adding that the Police apprehended three dacoits after identification, the suspects were being shifted to a location when their accomplices fired on the personnel.

During the clash, three dacoits were killed in the spot along with one of the associate, while two managed to flee from the spot. The deceased were shifted a nearby hospital for autopsy.

In Okara, two alleged dacoits were gunned down by police. 

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