RAWALPINDI - In a brazen day light robbery, five unknown masked robbers on Friday stormed into the house of a principal of a local college in the jurisdiction of New Town police station and took away gold armaments, cash and other valuables along with them. According to Pirzada Mansoor Quddusi, principal of a local college, five armed robbers struck at his house located in D-Block, Satellite Town, roundabout 11:30am on Friday morning, holding his family of six hostage for over 25 minutes before fleeing with gold, cash and valuables. Once inside, the robbers asked the family members to assemble in a single room. Those present at the upper storey of the house included his daughter and two sons. According to a family member, all of them were gagged. The assailants stayed in the house for around 25 minutes, looting cash, jewellery and other valuable items, said a family member. Robbers fled the scene riding motorbikes. Police have registered First Information Report (FIR) and started investigation. Meanwhile, car-lifters deprived two citizens of their vehicles in separate incidents in various areas of the city. One Nauman lodged a complaint with the Cantt Police Station stating that some unknown accused had taken away his Honda car (JJ-485) parked near Rahat Bakery in Saddar. Another victim Muhammad Ramzan informed the police that his Corolla car (HV-167) had been stolen from Naz Cenema. Police have registered the cases against the unknown culprits and started investigations to trace down the accused.