SHEIKHUPURA - Unidentified dacoits snatched eight motorcycles, a car, cash, cellphones and other valuables worth hundreds of thousands of rupees in separate incident in different parts of the district here the other day.

According to detail, the first incident occurred in the limit of Narang Mandi Police near Oth Morr where two armed dacoits intercepted one Muhammad Afzal and deprived of cash, cellphone and motorcycles. While four dacoits snatched a motorcycle from a youth namely Fazal in village Mehta Sooja in the same police precincts.

The bandits also deprived him of cash, cellphone and other valuable.

Similarly, Irfan was on the way to home when near Al-Saeed Chowk in the remit of Factory Area Police, two dacoits equipped with automatic weapon stopped him and deprived of his two-wheeler, cash, cellphone and important documents.

Similarly, Sadaqat Ali received gunshot wounds when four armed dacoits intercepted him near village Manawala and attempted to snatch his bike. However, he put resistance due to which the bandits opened fire on him. He was shifted to nearby hospital. The bandits however, made off with the valuable.

Meanwhile, bikes of Yasir Nazeer and Hamid Manzoor were stolen from the parking lot of DHQ Hospital. The City A Division Police are looking into the mater. In another incident one Muhammad Latif was robbed of car when he parked it outside a marriage hall on Lahore Road in the limits of Housing Colony Police.

In city area of Mohallah Arrianwala, the outlaws deprived Abdul Ghafoor of his motorcycle in the same police precinct. Similarly Azhar was deprived of his two-wheeler on Sargodha Road by two armed dacoits in the remit of the same police.

Similarly, Mazhar was also deprived of cash, cellphone and bike when he was on the way to his village near Jhamke in the limits of Saddr Police.

Meanwhile, the citizens expressed their concern over the rising incidents of dacoity and snatching in the district. They criticised the police for poor performance and appealed to the IG, DIG and RPO to take notice of the police inefficiency.