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7 ‘White Corolla’ gang suspects arrested for home robberies in Karachi

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  • The accused have been robbing a home when Ferozeabad police took fast motion on a tipoff obtained on the Madadgar 15 helpline.
  • When police officers reached the spot, the suspects opened hearth on the regulation enforcers.
  • The suspects entered the home via the backdoor after slicing the metallic gates with cutters and different instruments.

KARACHI: Ferozeabad police on Tuesday nabbed seven suspects who’re thought to belong to the “White Corolla” gang that has been concerned in a string of home robberies in Karachi.

In line with Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) East, Sajid Saduzai, the suspects have been robbing a home earlier within the day when Ferozeabad police took fast motion on a tipoff obtained on the Madadgar 15 helpline.

When the law enforcement officials reached the spot, the suspects began firing pictures on account of which, 4 accused — recognized as Aziz-ur-Rehman, Abdullah, Noor Ali, and Javed — have been injured in retaliatory firing.

The 4, together with three different suspects, recognized as Shahid, Sadiq Khan, and Rashid have been all taken into custody.

Learn extra: Karachi police arrest member of wished ‘white Corolla gang’

The suspects had entered the home via the backdoor after slicing the metallic gates with cutters and different instruments.

In line with police, a white Corolla automobile, a motorbike, cutters, cellphones, and weapons used within the incident have been additionally recovered from the possession of the suspects.

Furthermore, a rifle, two 9mm pistols, and 4 different pistols have been additionally seized.

Legal information of the arrested suspects are being verified. Most of them are Afghans whereas others are locals, police mentioned.

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