ISLAMABAD - Six  bodies were found from three separate spots in the federal capital on Monday.
Four family members, including a woman and a child were found dead from Sihala in Alius Sabah police limits. Police said the hands of the two men were tied and they had been murdered at different location before their bodies were dumped in Sihala.
Separately, lawmen recovered the bodies of a man and a woman dumped in Lohi Bhair police precincts. They said both victims had been strangled to death.
Killer’ of woman arrested
The Islamabad police arrested an alleged killer of a woman whom he lured into coming to Pakistan to invest in the real estate business.
According to the police, a resident of Islamabad, Maaz Aka Amir convinced the deceased Faminia Umair to come to Islamabad to invest in the real estate business. Faminia reached Islamabad on October 9, 2013 to meet his friend and to visit the site where she had intended to invest.
Investigators say that the victim lady had brought gold coins worth of five million rupees to buy property.
In a bid to deprive his friend of the gold, the accused strangled and threw the body into the bushes of Bani Gala, Islamabad, the police said.
Two days later, the accused contacted the deceased’s mother and claimed she was in his custody and demanded 20 million rupees for her release.
On this, she reported it to the Islamabad police on October 12.  ASP City Yasar Afridi ordered registering of an FIR (394) in Abpara police station under section 365-A/34 and constituted a police team to investigate the matter.