|Police kills 4 dacoits in Karachi|
20 October 2012
KARACHI: Four dacoits were killed in an alleged police encounter in Gulshan-e-Iqbal area of the city on Saturday morning, Geo News reported.
According to police, four armed robbers were killed near Disco Bakery in Gulshan-e-Iqbal block 4 in an encounter with police when they tried to enter the house owned by Ali Mudassir.
The police took action and cordoned off the bungalow as soon as they were informed about the presence of robbers in the house. After exchange of fire, four dacoits were killed and two fled from the scene
One of the killed robbers was clad in a veil while police recovered arms from their possession, sources told.
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