LAHORE Dacoits on Wednesday continued their looting spree here in the capital city of the Punjab, looting three houses, drive-by families, motorists and passersby at will. Cash, gold ornaments and other valuables such as bikes worth millions were taken away in the 14 successful strikes, police said. Three robbers equipped with automatic weapons stormed into the house of Haseeb Ahmed in Wapda Town, the vicinity of Satu Katla police. The robbers held up the family members at gunpoint, locked all of them inside a room and took away cash, gold ornaments and other valuables worth Rs 1.3 million. Two armed bandits barged into the house of Muhammad Ishtiaq in the Hanjarwal police area. The robbers held the family members hostage at gunpoint and escaped after collecting cash, gold ornaments, clothes and other valuables worth Rs 290,000. Some other dacoits forced their entry into house No 6, Street No 4 of Muhammad Liaqat in Green Town police area and snatched away cash, gold ornaments and other valuables worth Rs 500,000 at gunpoint. The Township police area on Wednesday became safe heaven for bandits as they committed three armed robberies back-to-back and fled away with out facing any resistance. According to the police sources, two motorcyclists intercepted Mahmood Ahmed near Nursery Stop in Township police precincts and deprived him and cash, mobile phone and other valuables worth Rs 37,000 at gunpoint. In another strike in the same police area, robbers riding on a motorcycle held up Sajawal near Al-Jannat Marriage Hall and snatched away his motorcycle (LZD-6788), mobile phone and cash. Munir Ahmed was ion his way home when two robbers intercepted him in the same police vicinity Township. The bandits held him up at gunpoint and snatched away his motorcycle (LEW-8512), cellular phone and purse, containing thousands of rupees. Three armed bandits forced their entry into the shop of Muhammad Rizwan in Kot Lakhpat police area, held him up at gunpoint and snatched away cash and valuables worth Rs 150,000. Nasir told Islampura police that he was sitting in his shop when two robbers forced their entry, took out guns, and fled away after collecting cash and valuables worth Rs 300,000. The police have registered the case and are investigating. A car-rider Majid along with his wife was on his way home when two gunmen riding on a motorcycle intercepted him near Kali Kothi in Iqbal Town police area. The couple was deprived of cash, gold ornaments and mobile phones worth Rs 80,000. Irfan was on his way home from the office when two gunmen intercepted him in the Shahdara Town police area. He was deprived of cash and valuables worth Rs 80,000. The police have registered the case and are investigating with no arrest made so far. The car-rider Firdous Bibi along with a relative was going to a nearby market when two motorcyclists intercepted them in Karim Block, the vicinity of the Gulshan-e-Iqbal police. They bandits held them up at gunpoint and fled away after snatching cash, cellular phone and ornaments worth Rs 150,000. One Touqeer and his mother were on their way to a nearby market when two gunmen, riding a motorcycle, intercepted them in Krishan Nagar, in the limits Islampura police. They were deprived of cash, gold ornaments and other valuables worth Rs 110,000. A motorcyclist, later identified as Nasir, was on his way home when two robbers held him up at gunpoint in Hanjarwal police area. The robbers snatched away his new (Applied for Registration) motorcycle and cellular phone and purse. In another incident, Muhammad Siddique was on his way home from his workplace when two gunmen intercepted him near Ravi Bridge in Shahdra police area. He was deprived of cash and valuables worth Rs 47,000. The police have registered the cases and are investigating.