Delhi: Shootout near Dwarka metro station, 5 arrested

Shootout in Delhi Five Criminals Arrested in Encounter at Dwarka Mor Metro Pillar 768

Reportedly, plenty of arms and ammunition have also been recovered from the criminals. The cops recovered 12 pistols and 100 bullets from the possession of the accused, it added.

A total of 30 rounds were fired. No casualty was reported in the shootout.

The police on Tuesday exchanged fire with a group of criminals here during a raid conducted jointly with the Punjab police to apprehend a wanted criminal from the state.

A Punjab police team from Mohali and Delhi police conducted a joint raid at a property near a metro station in Dwarka Mor area to nab a criminal. The local district police assisted them in the operation. The services have resumed now.

Though five people have been caught, the police are still combing the area to look for one or more men who might have escaped. The officer said the suspects were hiding on the second floor of a residential building.

According to the Hindustan Times report, the suspects were involved in several crimes including carjacking.



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