QUETTA: Two unidentified people were killed and two others injured when their car came under fire at Tump in Turbat district near Pakistan-Iran border on Sunday.

“Four people were going to Turbat from Tump by car. When they reached Gomazai Chowk, two attackers opened fire at the vehicle,” Tump Assistant Commissioner Tump Hasnain said, adding two occupants of the car were killed on the spot and two others injured.

The assailants fled after the attack.

The victims were shifted to hospital where the injured were said to be in critical condition.

The Levies Force registered a case against unidentified killers and launched efforts to arrest them.

Shot dead: A man was gunned down by unidentified attackers in the Satellite Town area on Sunday, police said.

The body was brought to a hospital for autopsy where doctors said the victim had received five bullets.

The dead, whose identity could not be ascertained, was about 30 to 35 years old.

Police have registered a case.

FIRE: Two children and a woman suffered burn injuries and 120 goats and sheep were killed when a fire broke out in huts and engulfed a cattle pen in Harnai on Saturday night.According to police, a nomadic family living in a hut in Killi Gandir area had lit a fire to keep themselves warm in freezing cold. The thatched roof of the hut caught fire which soon engulfed two other huts and the cattle pen.

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