LAHORE Dacoits struck again on Wednesday and made off with cash, gold ornament and other valuables in several incidents, police sources claimed. Muhammad Ikram along with his mother was on his way to nearby market for grocery shopping when two motorcyclists equipped with pistols intercepted them in Lower Mall police area. The robbers held up the youth and his mother at gunpoint and fled away after snatching cash, cellular phones and gold bangles worth Rs 110,000. The police have registered the case and are investigating with no arrest made so far. Two motorcyclists equipped with pistols forced their entry into the shop of Muhammad Asif situated at Ayub Road in Liaqatabad police area. The robbers help up the shopkeeper at gunpoint and escaped after collecting cash and valuables worth Rs 21,000. Resident of Township (381/A-II) Ijaz Ahmed was coming out of his office when two armed bandits riding on a motorcycle intercepted him in Township police precincts. The robbers help him up at gunpoint and fled away after snatching cash, mobile phone and other valuables worth Rs 30,000. A motorcyclist, Rahman, was on his way home when two armed bandits intercepted him near Kharak Nullah in Sabzazar police area. The robbers held him up at gunpoint and snatched away his motorcycle (Honda-125), mobile phone and purse, containing thousands of rupees. Another motorcyclist Shoaib along with his wife was on his way home when two motorcyclists intercepted him near a school in Sanda police precincts. The robbers took out guns, held up the couple and fled away after snatching cash, gold ornaments and cellular phones worth Rs 45,000. Two robbers forced their entry into the house (153/D) of Muhammad Tariq in Army Welfare Society located in Chuhng police area. The bandits help him up at gunpoint and escaped after snatching his cellular phone and purse, containing Rs 3000. Muhammad Nadeem riding on his motorcycle was on his way home when two armed bandits intercepted him in North Cantonment police area. The robbers held him up at gunpoint and demanded cash and cellular phone. As the 22-year-old man offered resistance, they opened straight fire at him and fled away from the crime scene. The youth was rushed to a local hospital with serious bullet injuries. Meanwhile, a pick-up van (LZO-3374) of Syed Hanif Gilani was stolen away from outside his Kashmir block residence in Iqbal Town area.