Female officer robbed of cash, other belongings

Islamabad – A female officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was robbed of cash, mobile phone, CNIC, ATMs and other documents by an unknown dacoit at a gunpoint in F-6 area of the federal capital, sources informed on Saturday.

Kohsar police officials have registered a case under section 392 of the Pakistan Penal Court (PPC) against unidentified dacoit on the complaint of victim Dr Fareeha Bughti, resident of 4B, FOH, Sector F5/1, Islamabad. The dacoity incident took place on December 22.

According to sources, a female complainant Dr Fareeha Bughti lodged a complaint with Kohsar police that she was approached by a man covering his face with a muffler and having a pistol in his hands when she was parking her car in a street between the United Bakery and the Shaheen Chemist in F-6 Markaz.

“The man pointed his pistol at me and whispered don’t shout or else he will kill me,” she mentioned. The lady told police that the man took her mobile phone and handbag containing Rs5,000 cash, CNIC, driving licence, ATM cards, her father’s membership card of Defence Club Lahore and iPod with a keyboard. She requested the police to register a case against unknown culprit and recover her belongings. Police filed a case and started investigation with no arrest or recovery so far. 

Station House Officer Kohsar was not available for his comments.

Abrar Ahmed, PRO to SSP Operations Islamabad Sajid Kiyani, did not respond to a message sent on his Whatsaap asking whether police have traced the dacoit or not.

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