Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, October 17
Five armed miscreants robbers forcibly took away a Maruti Breeza, a mini SUV, from a hosiery machine trader near Kadian village here late last evening. The Salem Tabri police have started a probe to arrest the suspects.
Complainant Aman Arora, a resident of Bhamian Kalan, told the police that yesterday after closing the factory he was heading towards his house in his vehicle.
When he reached near Malhotra Palace, he took the wrong side of the road to reach its other end. Five masked persons, who were chasing him on their motorcycles, waylaid him.
They forced him to come out and the moment he came out, they attacked him and pushed him on the road.
"When I protested their move, they threatened to kill me. Afterwards, I didn't react and two robbers fled towards Ludhiana in my car while the others escaped on their motorcycles. Later, I informed the Salem Tabri police about the incident," the complainant alleged.
Police personnel immediately reached the spot and started a probe.
Sources said the police suspected some foul play in the incident. Call details of the vehicle owner were also being scanned.
SHO Inspector Gopal Krishan said an FIR was registered against unknown persons and CCTV cameras installed on the highway were being checked to get any clue about the miscreants.
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