LAHORE - Some unidentified accused on Sunday butchered a 32-year-old housewife, mother of one, over an unknown dispute in Green Town police precincts. Police said that the deceased Samina Bibi, resident of Bagrian Village, was alone at her home when unknown accused barged into her house and cut her throat with a sharp-edged weapon. Investigators in Green Town Police Wing believed the woman was busy giving bath to her five-month-old child when the murderers grabbed her. They said that from collected evidences, it seemed that she was killed over old enmity but nothing could be established before any tangible indication. We are investigating the matter thoroughly and all the aspects are under inquiry but still we are lacking solid evidence, they said. A murder case (657/10) has also been lodged against unidentified accused with no arrest so far. Later, his body was handed over to her husband Azam, grocer, after formal medical procedure. Further investigations were underway. Two dacoits arrested National Highways and Motorway Police (NH&PM) has arrested two members of a dacoit gang including ringleader near Dena who had murdered two citizens and looted the sheep/cattle worth Rs 3.5 million and also seized five trucks loaded with cattle from their possession. According to details, two officers of NH&MP namely Zulfiqar and Abdur Razaq were on routine patrolling duty when they received information from local police that two members of a dacoit gang after committing robbery and killing two citizens near Dena had fled towards national highways in trucks. Meanwhile, NH&MP officers spotted a truck (RID-3575) and arrested ringleader namely Shaerwali. During the initial investigation and the information provided by the ringleader another criminal namely Zainullah was arrested near Maundra and 4 trucks loaded with cattle and sheep worth more than 3.5 million rupees were seized from his possession. The criminals also revealed that they, during a dacoity bid, had murdered two citizens in Dena namely Haleem Khan and Aurangzaib. Two died At least two people died during road accidents in the Punjab Capital on Sunday, police said. As per details, a 40-year-old Mohammad Riaz, resident of Manawan Stop, was on his way back to home on a motorbike when a speeding car crushed him as a result of which he sustained severe injuries. The locals shifted him to a nearby hospital where the doctors pronounced him dead. Meanwhile, a 35-year-old Mo-hammad Waqas, resident of Jia Musa in Shahdara, was on his way to any workplace when a speeding vehicle hit him. The locals however shifted him to hospital where he breathed his last. Later, police handed over the bodies to their heirs after necessary medical procedures.