Police issue lookout notice for murder accused
Srinagar, Dec 4: Police on Tuesday issued a look out notice regarding an absconding murder accused Fayaz Ahmad Shah.
“A person who will assist police in his arrest will be suitably rewarded and his identity will be kept confidential”, a police spokesman said in a statement.
“Superintendent of Police District Kupwara issued a notice regarding Fayaz Ahmad Shah son of Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Shah of Sever Malgund, Lolab, Kupwara who is evading arrest in FIR No 07/2012 under section 302 RPC of Police Station Lalpora”. “Action under section 87, 88 CrPC has been initiated against the absconder. The absconder is Fayaz Ahmad Shah is 29 years old medium built, 5-feet & 8 inch high having fair complexion and bearded”, the spokesman added.
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