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Rangers and Police in Karachi arrest five wanted street Criminals.

Rangers and Police in Karachi arrest five wanted street Criminals

Pakistan Rangers and Sindh police arrest 5 wanted street criminals.

According to details, the law enforcement agencies conduct an operation that is the joint Korangi area on an intelligence tip-off and arrested five wanted street criminals. A Rangers spokesperson said that the arrested suspects  identified as Afaq, Younus, Yaqoob, Abdullah, and Kamal.

Highlighted criminals involved in over 500 incidents of street crimes in a statement. The raiding team also recovered arms and ammunitions, nine motorcycles, and 17 phones that are mobile in the possession of arrested suspects. The accused have committed to stealing more than 300 phones that are mobile 35 motorcycles.

The spokesperson for the Rangers added that the offenders who were detained were also involved in street crimes where they stole millions of rupees. The official continued, “The accused used to sell pieces of stolen bikes in the market.” Rangers accused was handed over to the police and an additional inquiry was being conducted.

More than 70 people are killed in street crimes in the first eight months of the current year in Karachi, the residents are still at the mercy of criminals.

According to (CPLC)

Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) research claims that between mid-January 2022 and mid-September 2022, there was an increase in the number of street criminal events in Karachi. In the city over the last eight months of this year, street crime has resulted in a total of 71 deaths and close to 300 injuries. Almost 12 citizens lost their lives over resistance to their mugging bids in different parts of the city in the month that is ongoing.

The CPLC has recorded a significant increase in incidents of mobile phone and motorcycle snatching, and vehicle theft compared to the corresponding period year that is last. Throughout the city, up to 58,000 instances of street crime were reported in the first eight months of the current year.

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