KARACHI - Police found two bullets-riddled bodies and legs of a young girl in mysterious circumstances in different areas of the city on Friday. According to details, a bullet-riddled body of elderly man was found from his house situated at Afridi Colony within the limits of Baldia Police Station. The victim was 60-year-old Mohammad Khan son of Azam and his body was lying in his bedroom. Another body was found from C-1 Area, Graveyard Liaqatabad, within the limits of Super Market Police Station. The victim was Mohsin, 25. He was the resident of New Karachi and he received one bullet on his head while other on his chest. SHO Nasir Mahmood said victim was released from jail four days before Eid-ul-Azha and after his release, he restarted his criminal activities. Police shifted his body to Abbasi Shaheed Hospital and later handed over to his family after completing the legal formalities. Separately, police found the lower parts of a young girl in mysterious circumstances near Azim Pura Graveyard. Police said, area people informed that some human parts was floating in drainage Nullah of the Azim Pura Graveyard, and when police recovered them, they found they were the legs of a young girl. They said Al-Falah police had not registered the missing case of any girl in his jurisdiction nowadays and it might be possible that the girl was murdered from different area and her body parts were floating and recovered from this respective area. However, the parts were transported to the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre for post mortem, while police also believed after the recovery of her upper parts, the case could be solved.