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    Published On : Thu, Apr 17th, 2014

    Chain snatching cases continue unabated in the city


    Gold chain worth Rs 40,000/- snatched 
    from woman taking her baby for walking

     

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    Nagpur News.

     In another case, two unidentified youth, waylaid a woman, who was walking with her baby in a stroller (perambulator), and snatched her chain and the locket together costing Rs 40,000/-.

    The incident occurred right in front of Krishnani’s house, Deshpande Layout, Near NIT Garden falling under the jurisdiction of Nandanvan Police Station on April 16, 2014 at 7:45 pm. The victim identified as Rupa Vimal Aya aged 32 years and a resident of Plot No 1032, Deshpande Layout, Near NIT Garden was walking with her baby in the stroller (perambulator). Suddenly two motorcycle borne youths snatched the gold chain with its locket together costing Rs 40,000/- from her and escaped from the spot. On the basis of the victim’s complaint, Police Sub-Inspector Gajbhare of Nandanvan Police Station has registered a case under section 392, 34 of IPC against unknown offenders.

    Half of gold chain worth Rs 40,000/- snatched from woman riding with husband on motorcycle

    In another similar case, two youth on a black motorcycle came from behind and snatched half of the gold chain (Mangalsutra) from the wife who was sitting behind her husband on their two-wheeler.

    The incident occurred on April 16, 2014 at around 10:45 pm, when the victim identified as Aruna Vijay Srirang aged 52 years and resident of 83, Near Hanuman Temple, Bapunagar was returning home after attending a marriage function along with her husband on their two-wheeler No MH-31/ BC 2124. When had neared Sakardhara Flyover, two person on a black motorcycle came from behind and snatched her gold chain. However, they could succeed in only snatching half of the Gold chain (Mangalsutra). The broken half of the gold chain is said to costing Rs 40,000/-.

    On the basis of the complaint given by the victim, Police Sub-Inspector Dambre of Sakhardhara Police has registered a case against unknown offenders under section 392, 34 of IPC.


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