LAHORE The City Police have badly failed to recover a truck of Water and Sanitation Authority (WASA), which was stolen by six armed suspects from a mini workshop located in Gowala Colony in the Harbanspura police precincts on December 19. As per details, six armed men equipped with sophisticated weapons barged their entry into an office of Aziz Bhatti Town Administration in Gowala Colony where WASA had established a mini workshop and at least 40 to 50 trucks were parked inside the workshop. The suspected terrorists held the WASA officials on gun point and snatched valuables including five mobile phones and Rs 19,000 as cash from WASA officials. Later, they locked WASA officials inside a room and escaped with two trucks plated with registration number WB-2 and P-21, sources in investigation wing said. They further said the robbers also took away some uniforms of WASA officials, which could be used by terrorists to carry out attacks in the Punjab Capital. The water tanker could easily carry seven tones of explosives. The information were radioed about the dacoity and a case (No 1467/10) was also registered under section 395 of PPC on the complaint of a Sanitary Supervisor Muhammad Tanveer but nothing has been done so far. Rai Nazar Hayyat, PRO to CCPO, said police have recovered one truck bearing registration number W-B-2, engine number 01053 and chassis number 47100199 which was found parked at Pindi Bhatian Road near Ferozewala interchange on the same day. The truck was locked, gloves and keys were also placed inside the truck, he added. Harbanspura SHO Idrees Qureshi however claimed the police have also apprehended one of the men namely Imran. Sources claimed massive crackdowns are being launched in six police divisions especially in Shahdara and Sheikhupura Factory Area in search of the WASA truck but it seemed the suspects had left nothing to trace. Operations DIG Lahore Police Rao Sardar Ali Khan told this scribe the terror suspects might use the stolen truck for terrorist activities. The directions have been forwarded to all station house officers and mobile squad officials to keep a vigilant eye on suspicious elements and to recover the trucks as soon as possible, he further said. Replying to a query, Rao Sardar said Imran had confessed regarding other crimes but he was not involved in this theft. Worker killed A 22-year-old worker was killed when the boiler at a dry-cleaning plant exploded with a bang here in Ravi Road area, police said on Tuesday. Resident of Shahdra, Muhammad Sajjad was working at the Amar Pak Dry Cleaning plant in Ravi Road vicinity when the boiler of a washing machine exploded with a bang. He sustained severe burn injuries and was rushed to the Mayo Hospital, where he died later. The police have removed the body to the morgue and are investigating.