- The pack completes robberies during the ends of the week — from Fridays to Sundays
- They had burglarized 15 lodges in the up-scale regions of Clifton, Defense in the last two weeks
- Raids are in progress to capture the remainder of the posse’s members
Four associates, blamed for having a place with the “weekend” or “Corolla” posse, were captured in Karachi, police said Saturday.
The pack has been named the “weekend gang” as it does burglaries during the ends of the week — from Fridays to Sundays.
According to police, the coordinated gathering of hoodlums would do robberies in a white Toyota Corolla. The pack has burglarized 15 cottages in the up-scale regions of Clifton and Defense in the last two weeks.
A joint group of Karachi South Police Operations and examination officials made the capture “through technical means”, said police.
Police said that the speculates had admitted to plundering nine houses in the up-scale territories from November 6-8 — Friday to Sunday.
The suspects additionally admitted, as indicated by the police, to their association in plundering six Clifton lodges on November 21 and 22.
Police said that the suspects, for their stay in Karachi, had leased a house under “a family’s name”. In any case, it was part somewhere between the family and the robbers.
According to police, the gathering’s head would drive a water big hauler in Karachi and furthermore drove a transport for Karachi and Peshawar.
Raids are in progress to capture the excess individuals from the pack, police said.