KARACHI - Eight more jewelry shops were robbed on Saturday in Khokhrapar police precincts. At least ten to twelve armed men on motorcycles came at 3:30pm and robbed eight jewelry shops located on the ground floor of a single-story commercial building Mohammadi Market, near KDA Chowrangi, Dak Khana Road, shopkeepers claimed. They said that the incident had links with the earlier incident in which eight jewelry shops were being robbed on Thursday at a local shopping plaza at Shah Faisal Colony. Investigators believed that the group of same culprits is behind these both robberies. The frustrated affectees shut their shops down and came on the roads. They blocked the road for some time, burnt tyres and pelted stones on passing vehicles. They chanted slogans against the failure of the law enforcement agencies. Following the protest, heavy contingent of police arrived and dispersed the angry mob peacefully after dialogues. "I think the same group of armed men was behind this robbery," said DSP Nisar Qaimkhani. "The shopkeepers were agreed with us when we assured them an early arrest of the assailants and they also cooperated with us," he said. No private security guard was deployed there. The shopkeepers demanded police deployment at the market. "We will deploy the policemen there as much as we can," said the DSP, adding that during dialogues with the shopkeepers and the representatives of their union it was decided that there would be some police deployment at the market but in limited numbers. The armed men equipped with latest weapons like Kalashnikovs, Repeater guns, TT, and 9mm pistols easily escaped from the scene within ten minutes after the incident. Police has started investigation.