Three more chain-snatching incidents were reported in Nagpur from different areas.
In the first incident, the victim Sadhana Ganeshprasad Shrivastav (52), Revati Complex, Wadi, Amravati Road, was pillion on her daughter’s Kinetic scooter (MH-31/DG 2283). Both were proceeding towards Ravi Nagar Square. When they reached near Punjab National Bank, LIT College Gate, at about 2030 hours of Thursday , two youths, in the age group of 25 years, came from behind on their motorcycle and slapped Sadhana Shrivastav and snatched the gold chain worth Rs 40,000 from her neck and fled away speedily. Sadhana lodged a complaint with Ambajhari Police Station in this regard. The Ambajhari PSI Pagar booked the unidentified youths under Sections 392, 34 of the IPC and is searching for the youths.
In the second incident, the victim, Nina Nitin Patil (40), resident of Plot No. 317, Laxmi Nagar, along with husband, was proceeding towards Patrakar Bhavan from Sure Tech Hospital on their Vespa scooter (MH-49/K 7090) at about 2210 on Thursaday. When they reached near Children Care Hospital, two youths in the age group of 20-25 years and riding a Hero Honda black coloured motorcycle, suddenly slapped Nina and grabbed a gold chain worth Rs 60,000 from her neck and ran away from the spot. Nina lodged a complaint with Dhantoli Police Station in this regard. The Dhantoli PSI Gedam booked the unidentified youths under Sections 392, 34 of the IPC and is searching for the youths.
In the third incident, the victim, Manjusha Ram Manmode (38), resident of Plot No. 123 B, Shiv Nagar, near Nehru Park, along with a relative Pramila Shyam Manmode, were strolling on the road after the dinner at about 2245 on Thursday. When they were passing Nehru Park, two unidentified youths in the age group of 20-25 years and riding a black-coloured CBZ Extreme, came from behind and hit Manjusha on her neck and snatched “Mangalsutra” worth Rs 52,000 and fled the spot speedily.
Manjusha lodged a complaint with Kotwali Police Station in this regard. The Kotwali PSI Sheikh booked the unidentified youths under Sections 392, 34 of the IPC and is searching for the youths.