Pakistan

Women’s gang from Panjab arrested in Shikarpur; six stolen expensive mobile phones recovered

By: Adeel Alvi
SHIKARPUR: A gang of women, belonging to Punjab province, has been busted by Stuart Ganj and recovered six stolen expensive mobile phones from their possession, here on Friday.
Sayed Fazil Shah Bukhari, Assistant Superintendent of Police Shikarpur, during a press conference held at his office, told the media men that following the complaints and getting CCTV footage, police have conducted a raid and arrested six women named Ms. Zahoori wife of Bashir Ahmed, Ms. Pari wife of Bakra, Ms. Manzooran wife of Wazeer, Ms. Aleea, Ms. Khudeja and Ms. Asiya when who were busy in the activity of stealing mobile phones at a local shop at Stuart Ganj market.
Sayed further said that all arrested women are also involved in a criminal activity conducted by them in Ghotki District and further revealed that their process of crime is unique they visit homes and shops and steal the expensive article mainly expensive mobiles during their visit.
A case [14/2021] has been lodged on the complaint of Viji Kumar at Stuart Ganj PS under section 379/34 and initiated its investigation.
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