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LAHORE (Dunya News)- Inter-departmental probe has been launched against two deputy superintendents of Police (DSPs), four inspectors and 20 employees as local and imported weapons worth millions have gone missing from warehouses of police, reported Roznama Dunya on Friday.

Sources privy to the development told our correspondent Beretta guns, Black Eagle shotguns, Ruger pistol, Zigana pistols, Russian Kalashnikov, US pump-action and a huge number of bullets have been stolen from police’ warehouses in Lahore, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Mianwali, Sahiwal, Rawalpindi and other cities.

Former Inspector General (IG) of Police Punjab Mushtaq Sukhera assigned a task to related divisional commissioners (DCs), regional police officers (RPOs) and Superintendents of Police (SPs) to comprehensively probe the matter at earliest.

As per details available, ex-SP Lahore Jamat Ali Bukhari launched an inquiry against police officials identified as Shakeel, Maqsood and Shabbir during which it was unearthed that aforementioned officials had sold weapons worth millions to arms dealers in Lahore.

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