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Chandigarh: In another snatching, woman robbed off cellphone, accused nabbed

According to the police, they received a tip-off about a snatching incident Monday morning, following which a team visited the spot located at a bus stand in Ram Darbar.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
September 27, 2016 5:12:08 am

In yet another snatching incident, a woman was robbed off her cellphone Monday from the southern part of the city, which has become famous for such incidents in the past one and half month. The police, however, has managed to arrest the culprit along with the cellphone and a purse.

According to the police, they received a tip-off about a snatching incident Monday morning, following which a team visited the spot located at a bus stand in Ram Darbar. The complainant, Aarti, told the police that she was waiting for a bus when a bike-borne man came near her and snatched her purse, containing cash and cellphone.

Sharing details about the incident, DSP (south) Deepak Yadav said that after the incident came to light, a special team was formed and after investigation, the team managed to arrest the snatcher identified as Mohit alias Tota, a resident of Ram Darbar.

A habitual offender, Mohit, was also involved in six cases related to the property fraud. The cases have been registered in different police stations of the city.

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