Three caught stealing from Gurugram shop

Pistol, knife & cartridges recovered

Three caught stealing from  Gurugram  shop

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Our Correspondent

Gurugram, November 24

Three thieves were caught on the spot while trying to barge into a shop and beaten up by the people. Later, all three were handed over to the police. An FIR has been registered at the Sector 5 police station and the police recovered a pistol, knife and cartridges from their possession.

According to the complaint filed by Khalid, originally a resident of Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, his blanket shop is in front of Prince Vatika in Sector 5. On Monday night, he was sleeping in his shop.

“There was noise in the shop at one 1 am. I saw three thieves were stealing money from the shop. My colleagues Adil, Rashid and Tasleem were also sleeping with me, so I woke them up. Once they saw us they began running away but we raised the alarm and finally caught them and the police was called”, Khalid told the police.

After thrashing the thieves, they informed the police. The police reached the spot and took all three accused into custody. They were identified as Bhura Malik, Priyanshu and Vijay. A pistol, live cartridges and a knife has been recovered from their possession.

The police said an FIR hadbeen registered and the accused has been arrested. Now, the police are questioning the accused.

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