Former cricketer robbed of cash at doorstep in Lahore


LAHORE: Two unidentified culprits on Friday reportedly looted the former Pakistani left-arm spinner, Abdur Rehman, from his doorstep in Lahore, ARY News reported.

The police officials revealed that the former cricketer, Abdur Rehman, filed a First Investigation Report (FIR) in Nawab Town police station.

As per the FIR text, the complainant claimed that two unidentified robbers took away cash including $1,000, Rs 25,000, and debit card from his possession.

Meanwhile, the police claimed to have established teams to arrest the culprits.

Last year, a robbery was reported at former cricketer Mohammad Hafeez s house here late Sunday.

According to the details, the intruders stormed into the cricketer s house from the rare entrance before breaking into the former cricketer s room to steal foreign currency, worth millions of rupees.

Following the unfortunate incident, the uncle of Hafeez s wife lodged First Information Report (FIR) at the Defence Police Station.

As per the FIR, the robbers looted foreign currency – 20,000 US Dollars, 4,000 Pounds, 3,000 Euros and 5,000 AED – alongside the cricketer s wife s jewellery.

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