KARACHI - Unidentified criminals shot dead three people including two policemen here on Tuesday within the jurisdiction of Sukhan police station. Two police constables and the watchman of a government school were sleeping on the rooftop of the school building in Rehri Goth when some unidentified persons entered the building and opened indiscriminate firing on them. Resultantly, all the three person died on the spot while the assassins managed to escape from the scene. The culprits also took away two sub machine guns and three mobile phones from the scene. The deceased were identified as police constables Mohammad Aslam, Mohammad Boota and watchman Roshan Khan Malla. Aslam was the resident of Jhang and Boota belonged to Faisalabad while watchman was said to be local resident of Rehri Goth. DSP Ejaz Hussain Kamario said that the incident took place in a check post of Sukhan police station, which has been established in the school building. He said that a few days ago police had conducted raids against smugglers in Rehri Goth and adjoining area and the incident could be the reaction of the same. He further said that one police constable and a watchman had sustained bullet injuries while there was no mark of bullet on the body of Mohammad Boota, who might have died of heart attack. SHO Akram Mughal, however, said the postmortem report has confirmed that all the three were died because of firing. Deceased Aslam, the father of two, lived at Labour Square, Quaidabad and deceased Boota lived at Ali Goth and left three children while watchman Roshan was also the father of three kids. Bin Qasim Town SP Abdullah Sheikh has suspended and arrested Sub Inspector (SI) Muzaffar Ali over negligence and ordered the inquiry into the incident. The dismissed policeman said, in his statement, that he left rooftop and came to the ground floor due to mosquitoes when he heard the sound of bullet shoots. He further said that when he reached the rooftop, he found dead bodies of the policemen laying in blood pool. "We are investigating the case by judging on all accounts and suspected the involvement of the said policeman in the incident, the SHO said. The relatives of the deceased had taken the bodies to their respective hometowns while no FIR was registered till filing of this report.