Two dacoits who had robbed a family that had returned to Pakistan from Turkey were shot and killed by Karachi police on Tuesday.

The shooting took place close to Nipa Chowrangi in Karachi. After thieves in a vehicle stole $800 and three suitcases from a family travelling back to Karachi from Istanbul, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) West Muqaddas Haider told the media that the police force promptly reacted to 15 complaints.

According to police officials, the dacoits were trying to escape the area when a police squad caught up with them. Two dacoits were killed in a shootout, while another was captured injured.

Additionally, a celebration was held to honour the police officers who conducted a successful encounter on Rashid Minhas Road.

When the dacoits halted his car late on Tuesday night, Ishrat, a citizen, was returned to Karachi from Istanbul, according to Additional Inspector General (AIG) Javed Alam Odho of Karachi. A car was utilised by the thieves to commit the heist.

According to AIG Odho, the family was robbed by the dacoits of valuable goods and local and international currency. The family made a complaint to the police, who handled it professionally.

The slain thieves, according to police officials, were members of the Iranian Organization, a renowned gang made up of Afghans and locals.

The dacoits' stolen property as well as three guns were seized by police.


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