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PAF officer’s house robbed in Karachi


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KARACHI: Armed outlaws in the extremely early times of Sunday looted the place of a squadron head of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and its neighboring house in the Mauripur region of the city.

The theft occurred at Javed Bahria Cooperative Housing Society inside the points of confinement of the Mauripur police headquarters.

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“Around eight looters with arms went into the place of the squadron chief and held his dad and other relatives prisoner at gunpoint at around 3am on Sunday,” Mauripur SHO Abdul Ghaffar Shah disclosed to The News.

He included that Squadron Leader Adeel Qamar was absent at the house and his dad Maqbool Malik is likewise a resigned official of the PAF.

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Sharing subtleties of the taken money and assets, the SHC said the burglars took with them 145 tolas of gold, 81,000 Saudi riyal, 4,000 US dollars, 500,000 Pakistani rupees, a gun and a pistol.

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In the wake of looting Qamar’s home, the criminals likewise burglarized another house situated alongside it and got away in the wake of perpetrating the wrongdoing.

The SHO said a case has been enlisted on the protest of Malik and further examinations are in progress.