Published On : Sat, Feb 7th, 2015

Cases of mugging on the rise again: Rs 3, 84,000/- looted by bike-borne muggers

Nagpur: Incidents of mugging is on the rise again. In-spite of the Charlie squads patrolling the roads on motorbikes, the muggers manage to find some lonely stretch and manage to loot unsuspecting innocent victims.


In a similar incident which occurred on February 6, 2015 at around 3:30 pm, the victim identified as Takdir Bhramanand Rangari aged 34 years and a resident of area near Mata Mandir, Chota Indora, was going along with his office colleague Samir alias Sunny on his Honda Splendor two-wheeler bearing RTO Registration No. MH-31/ DG 8358.

When the victims neared the new NMC bridge two unidentified persons riding a Black coloured Bajaj Pulsar came near their two-wheeler and snatched the bag held by Sameer on his back. The bag contained cash of Rs 3, 84,000 (Rupees Three lakhs Eighty Four Thousand).

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim, Women Police Sub Inspector of Dhantoli Police Station PSI Mesre has registered a case under sections 392 and 34 of Indian Penal Code.