KARACHI: Bullet-riddled bodies of two men were found in Washuk district on Sunday, officials said.

Having been informed that two corpses were lying in Basima area of the remote district, Levies personnel reached the place and retrieved the bodies.

“Bodies were shifted to the hospital for autopsy and identification,” Levies officials said, adding that the victims were 25 to 30 years old.

Quoting hospital sources, Levies officials said the victims carried bullet wounds in their head and chest.

Meanwhile, two more bodies would be recovered from Totak area of Khuzdar district after three were found on Saturday.

Levies personnel also retrieved some body parts from the same area.

The source said on Sunday that two places had been spotted from where the bodies would be recovered.

A Home Department official said: “Bodies are unidentifiable and over a month old.”

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