Published On : Thu, Feb 28th, 2013

Thieves on looting spree; loot three in separates cases

Nagpur News: Nagpur Police are trying hard to control the crime rate in Orange City, but the cases of thefts, robbery, loot, murders, are increasing day-by-day. On Wednesday, three incidents of thefts were registered in separate places of city. In the first incident, a mobike-borne youth snatched a purse containing Rs 5,660 cash from a pedestrian middle-aged woman under the jurisdiction of Sakkardar Police Station. Police informed, Jayshree Bhanudal Badge (54), a resident of Plot No. 9, Shri Vishnu Apartment, Reshimbagh, was going home with her niece on foot. Suddenly, accused, identified as Asif Jalya came from behind on his black splendor bike and snatched the purse from Jayshree.

On the complaint of Jayshree, Sakkardara police booked Asif and registered an offence under Section 392 of the IPC against him.

In the second incident, the complainant Hansa Lalitkumar Parteki (21), a resident of Omkar Apartment, A Wing, House No. 103, Omkar Nagar Square, was coming from a birthday party with her husband and son at around 11.15 pm on Wednesday. Two mobike-borne unidentified youths came from behind them in front of Manavta School. The pillion then snatched the mangalsutra worth Rs 18,000 from Hansa and fled the spot. Hansa filed a complaint with Ajni Police Station. Cops have registered an offence under Sections 392 and 34 of the IPC, informed PSI Patil.

In the third incident, three youths looted cash and mobile collectively worth Rs 5,000 from a loco pilot under Sadar Police Station area. According to police, Ishwarlal Ramprasad (28) is a resident of Plot No. 7B, Suryakuwa, Pasarpur, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh and lives in a rented house at Dashrath Lanjewar, Lot No. 378, Mohan Nagar. Ishwarlal, who is a loco pilot, was coming back after his duty. He was on foot when three unidentified youths came from behind and asked the directions for Katol. Ishwarlal was helping them when one of the youths tried to snatch his cell phone. The accused also looted Rs 1,020 cash from him and sped away.


On the complaint of Ishwarlal, Sadar police registered an offence under Sections 392 and 34 of the IPC, informed PI Rajratan Bansod.