RAWALPINDI: A 9-year-old girl sold to a beauty parlour in Rawalpindi by abductors, has been recovered on Wednesday, ARY News reported, quoting police.
According to Rawalpindi police, the girl was kidnapped on May 10 from the limits of the airport police station. Later, she was sold to a beauty parlour located in Rawalpindi’s posh area.
After getting information, the police swung into action and with the help of a ‘local’ recovered the abducted girl and arrested two kidnappers in the action, while raids are being conducted to round up the other members of the group.
The Rawalpindi police further added that the group involved in the abduction of the children also include cops.
Earlier, a Station House Officer (SHO) of the Anti-Violent Crime Cell (AVCC) Yousuf Plaza police station in Karachi was found involved in kidnapping for ransom.
According to details, an AVCC team recovered an abducted young boy – identified as Bilal – from Yousuf Plaza police station. However, SHO Imran Mehmood, allegedly involved in the abduction, fled from the spot.
Source: ARY News