ISLAMABAD: National Highways & Motorway Police (NHMP) has reunited a seven-year-old lost boy with his parents, sources said on Tuesday.
The lost boy has been identified as Habib Ullah, a resident of Attock. The boy was reunited with his family with special efforts of Inspector Amer Mahmood and Inspector Sardar Akram.
According to details, the boy reached in Taxila three days back. A rickshaw driver knowing him abundant/ lost handed him to officers of Tiger-II. The officers of Tiger-II left him in a camp so that his relatives may be traced out.
The boy stayed in Beat camp and provided with food and water during his stay. In the meantime, PS Sadder Attock was approached to contact Police post Salar Chowk to trace out his parents.
On continuous efforts of NHMP officers and with the help of local police, his cousin namely Shoukat Khan was traced out. He along with owner of their house came to the Beat camp.
After completion of due formalities the boy was handed over to his cousin.
The DIG N-5 North Zone Mohammad Alam Shinwari admired and appreciated the efforts of the officers and expected the same enthusiasms by all the officers of N-5 North Zone in discharge their official obligations.