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Police impound vehicle after Canadian woman harassed in Islamabad

Victim says had to take refuge in a mall after being followed by two men

ISLAMABAD: The Sihala Police have registered a case against two unidentified men who harassed a Canadian national visiting Islamabad, forcing her to seek refuge in a local mall the other day.

According to the FIR, two men persistently harassed the Canadian woman in a private housing society, which falls under the jurisdiction of the Sihala police station.

The FIR further noted that the two men forced her cab to stop in the middle of the road and asked her to sit in their car. They then proceeded to chase around her car and consistently inquired the driver about the woman’s destination.

According to a local media outlet, the car used by the suspects was registered to a Lahore resident and that their team will soon be sent to the Punjab capital to apprehend the suspects.

The women, it was reported, then took refuge in a shopping mall in an attempt to get rid of the stalkers.

The inspector-general (IG) of police for Islamabad has ordered the alleged stalkers be arrested in 24 hours.



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