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Three dacoits killed in police shootout in Pindi Bhattian

August 1, 2022 11:06 AM


Three alleged dacoits were killed during a shootout with police in Pindi Bhattian on Monday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

According to Pindi Bhattian DPO, three dacoits including Shoaib alias Shoaibi were fleeing after snatching Rs250,000 from the van of a medicine company. Police chased them. Both police and the accused started trading fire near Ghabrika bridge in the vicinity of Sadr police station. As a result, all three dacoits were killed.

The DPO said that Shoaib was wanted in several criminal cases including murder. 

 

Reporter: Malik Nasir 

 



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