SHEIKHUPURA/TOBA TEK SINGHOUR STAFF REPORTERS-Four unidentified armed dacoits barged into goldsmith shop located in Old Bazaar Muridke and made off with gold, gold ornaments and cash worth amounting to more than Rs21 million, in broad daylight here on Tuesday. According to details, the bandits, in the guise of customers, entered Shahid Jewellery Shop and asked the owner to show them fine quality ornaments. The shopkeeper and his sales men put huge quantity of gold ornaments before the culprits. However, all of sudden two of the outlaws overpowered the salesmen and shopkeeper. In the meantime, the security guard, who was standing in front of the shop, entered the shop and challenged the outlaws but he was also overpowered by the bandits. They collected ornaments and gold worth more than Rs20 million and cash amount of Rs1.7 million. Later, escaped on foot in the busiest business centre of the city and injured two other shopkeeper and two passers-by due to aerial firing. It is said to be the biggest heist in the history of city Muridke. Meanwhile, all the business centres including gold smith shops in the city on the appeal of Sarafa Association observed a shut down in protest against the deteriorating law and order situation in the city. The protester chanted slogans against the police for not providing effective security to the businessmen. They also demanded the arrest the culprits and recovery of the booty.Meanwhile, in TOBA TEK SINGH, dacoits took away cash and other valuables worth Rs700,000 from the house of known eye specialist Dr Aslam Tahir. The dacoits entered the house situated in the Housing Colony by scaling wall and made off with the valuables.Meanwhile kidnapped Gojra trader returned home after five days on Tuesday. Farman Ali was returning to Chak 245/GB Talwandi after recovering his money of Rs1 million from Gojra grain market when dacoits kidnapped him from Gojra-Samundri Road. He informed police that the kidnappers took him away to Jhang after making him unconscious and later threw him near Jhang from where farmers had shifted him to Jhang DHQ hospital. He said that after gaining senses after six days he returned home.