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 Case registered against offenders involved in Lanka team ambush
 Updated at: 0536 PST,  Wednesday, March 04, 2009
Case registered against offenders involved in Lanka team ambush LAHORE: Police have registered cases against unknown suspects who had involvement in the terror attack on Sri Lanka cricket team here on Tuesday, police sources said.

The case was registered on the plea of Sub-Inspector Abdul Rehman in Gulberg police station, sources added.

The First Information Report (FIR) was lodged against 14 – 15 unidentified armed suspects who carried out ambush attack on Sri Lankan cricket players. FIR was lodged on murder, attempt of murder and terrorism charges, sources maintained.

Police also reported the explosives, suicide jackets, bullets and hand grenades seized from fourteen separate places in FIR.
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