KARACHI: Police in the metropolis oddly settled on Monday a two-month robbery case in which the suspect robbed a musician of his piano of a music shop, ARY News reported.
The Gabol City Police have helped the injured musician get his piano back about two months ago when the suspect robbed him of a shop while showing off their weapons.
However, police have found the piano now and returned it to the victim, according to available details on the matter.
Separately for the criminal case in Karachi, when the police interrogated the suspect regarding the murder of the grandson of the founder of the Sindh Madrasah school, Zain Effendi, the discovery of the murder weapon and the vehicle used had not yet materialized.
Police said they had detained a total of six suspects, three of whom were members of the gang suspected of being behind the killings. Although he admits, three more people from the gang are still on the run as a place for police raids.
However, his party has not yet obtained the murder weapon and vehicle used by the suspect in the crime.
The police added family Effendi has yet to identify the suspect arrested today but said the suspects are still giving police new clues to narrow down the remaining suspects.