Police on Monday arrested a "woman gang" responsible for looting passengers in Rawalpindi-Islamabad metro bus service.
According to Rawalpindi Police spokesman the three-member gang was involved in committing thefts in the metro bus service.
The spokesperson further revealed that the Police have recovered a cash amount of Rs450,000 and two stolen mobile phones from their possession.
The suspects used to target the women in metro buses and were wanted by the police in several other street crimes.
Furthermore, the arrested members were identified as Maryam, Mukhtaran, and Sanam.
The gang members have confessed that they have committed dozens of robberies.
SP Rawal Faisal Saleem commended the police team for arresting the wanted gang of women operating in twin cities in buses.
The suspects will be brought to justice with concrete evidence and will be punished, he added.
Those who deprive citizens of valuable assets cannot escape the grip of law, he concluded.
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