LAHORE - The local police suspect that the blasts in Garhi Shahu area were carried out allegedly by a young fellow in his early 20s with short beard who visited all the three juice shops and planted low intensity explosives. The police has drawn rough sketch of the young suspect during Wednesday's investigations started jointly by the officers of Operations, Investigations and Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) police. A local resident Muhammad Nazir who sustained multiple injuries among six others, breathed his last in Lahore General Hospital on Wednesday. Muhammad Nazir, 35, was father of five children and was resident of the Garhi Shahu. He was shopping from a grocery store when the third blast took place. The police officers, however, are still not sure whether any organization was involved in the Garhi Shahu serial blasts. The SP Investigation Civil Lines said that efforts were underway to trace the culprits behind this terrorist activity. Owners of the juice shops were questioned by the investigation officers on Wednesday. During investigation the shop owners informed the police about a young suspect who visited all the three shops. They told the investigators that all the three explosives were placed under the tables of the shops. Ihsan, owner of Chillo Juice shop where first blast took place strongly denied the reports of misuse of the juice corners saying that some 'miscreants' wanted to divert attention of police investigators through such allegations. About blast incident, Ihsan said he has informed the local police about a young suspect who visited his shop some minutes before the blast. He said first blast took place in his shop and the bomb was placed under a table. Only two employees were present in the shop when the bomb went off, he said adding that some minutes later another blast occurred in another juice corner some yards away to his shop. "I strongly believe that the blasts were carried out to give a lesson to the juice shop owners", President Qaumi Tajir Ittehad, Garhi Shahu Mian Muhammad Ijaz said this while talking to The Nation on Wednesday. He said that most of the juice corners were being misused and complaints in this regard were on the rise. After sharp increase of said complaints, Mian Ijaz said, Qaumi Tajir Ittehad took up this issue with the Qilla Gujjar Singh police and other higher police officers. On the complaints of the union, the Qilla Gujjar Singh police carried out raid and registered cases against some juice shop owners. He said that the union had also given some objectionable material to police that included pictures and movies made by a juice shop owner. The road where three blasts occurred is dotted with juice shops and so is known as Juice Street. There are more than 14 juice shops situated at the Juice Street besides many beauty parlours. Talking to The Nation, the Superintendent Police (Investigation) Civil Lines, Haider Ashraf said that during investigation, the police have drawn the sketch of a youth being suspected behind all the three blasts. He said that police were still clueless about the anti-social elements that could be behind the Garhi Shahu blasts. To a query he said that a very low intensity explosive is used in the incident that means purpose was only to administer a warning. Time devices planted in the three shops were locally made, he added.