LAHORE Three persons died under mysterious circumstances in different police precincts on Saturday. Police shifted the bodies to morgue saying the deceased were drug addicts and the main cause of their deaths was excessive usage of drugs. As per details, a 45-year-old unidentified man was found unconscious near Bhati Chowk, Shafiqabad. The locals, after seeing the man, informed the police which after recovering the man shifted him to a nearby hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead. Meanwhile, a 50-year-old man, yet to be identified, and another unknown man were found dead from Railway Station, Naulakha, and Fruit Market, Liaqatabad respectively on Saturday. Police after recovering the bodies made numerous announcements in nearby mosques but none of the citizens claimed to own the bodies, which were later removed to the dead house. Further investigations were underway. Valuables gutted: Valuables worth thousands of rupees were reduced to ashes in different fire incidents in the City. Shortcircuiting was blamed in all these sad incidents on Saturday. In the first such mishap, fire broke out at a plastic shop owned by Muhammad Ashraf in the Lower Mall area and reduced valuables into ashes. The Rescue 1122 Fire Service reached the spot and controlled the flames after hectic efforts. The owner claimed a loss of Rs 4 lakhs. Separately, fire broke out at the house of Naveed Ahmad, in Johar Town, at the house of Dilawar, in Kot Lakhpat, and at the shop of Riasat, in Moghalpura, also due to shortcircuiting, and reduced valuables worth lakhs of rupees into ashes. However, no loss of life or injury was reported in any fire case.