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Posted at: Aug 10, 2018, 2:20 AM; last updated: Aug 10, 2018, 2:20 AM (IST)

Two bike-borne men snatch woman’s chain

Tribune News Service

Panchkula, August 9

Two motorcycle-borne men allegedly snatched a 38-year-old woman’s chain in Sector 4 on Thursday morning. In her complaint to the police, Ajeta, a resident of Sector 4 here, said she was on her way back home after paying obeisance at a local temple around 7.30 am.

“As I was on the outer road to my house, two men on a motorcycle came from behind and snatched my chain and fled in no time. They were wearing helmets and I failed to note down the vehicle’s registration number,” she told the police. Sub-Inspector Ishwar Singh, Sector 2 police post in-charge, said, “A case has been registered.”

2 snatchers in police net

Chandigarh: Almost two weeks after two car-borne miscreants snatched a mobile phone from a man outside the ISBT Sector 43, the UT police have arrested the accused.

The complainant, Parveen Bhandari, a resident of Khuda Lahora, reported that two miscreants, who were in an i10 car, snatched his mobile phone near the main gate of the ISBT during the wee hours of June 24.

A team, led by Inspector Ranjodh Singh, SHO of the Sector 36 police station, arrested the two accused, identified as Vinayak, a resident of Zirakpur, and Kamal Verma, a resident of Sector 40.

The police recovered the snatched mobile phone and the car used in the crime. “We have also recovered another mobile phone, which was snatched by the accused from someone in Mohali,” said a police official.

The police said both accused were drug addicts.


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