Witness: Pakistan police nab 1 suspected gunman

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March 30, 2009 12:26

 
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Police appear to have captured one of the suspected gunmen in the attack on a police academy in Pakistan's east. An Associated Press photographer saw police take away a single suspect at the academy in Lahore. Television footage also showed police and other security forces surrounding the bearded man and kicking him in a field outside the compound. Security forces are engaged in a pitched battle with gunmen holed up inside the academy walls. Officials say the attack early Monday has killed at least 11 police officers and wounded more than 90 people.

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