ISLAMABAD - Islamabad police have arrested 10 outlaws, including eight suspects, during high vigilance in the city, besides recovering car, weapons, wine and stolen property from their possession, a police spokesman said on Friday.

According to details, SSP Islamabad Sajid Kiani directed all SDPOs and SHOs to enhance patrolling as well as checking in various areas of the city and conduct search operation at slums, Afghan habitats, under-construction buildings, workshops, bus stands and inns.

Following his directions, Sub-Divisional police officer performing in Islamabad headed this search operation. Station House Officers of Shalimar police station along with police team conducted search in the area of Bheka Syedan and under construction buildings as well as plazas there. Police teams succeeded to nab eight suspects who are being investigated further.

Meanwhile, police teams of Koral, Khanna and Lohi Bher arrested four accused namely Imran Shahzad, Ehsan, Muddsar and a woman sameena. The total recovery made from these outlaws included a stolen car, 3 liters of wine and stolen property from their possession. Furthermore, police arrested six professional alms-seekers from various area of the city.

SSP Islamabad Sajid Kiani has said the purpose of this vigilance is to ensure foolproof security in the city and he further directed all SHOs to continue it.

He has also appealed the citizens to remain vigilant and inform police in case of any suspicious activity around them.