Nagpur News : With the arrest of four women including a group of three elderly women, crime branch police has cracke down two interesting thefts cases in the city.
Manda Ahirkar, 58, a resident of Maheshwari, Chandraprabha Janbandhu and Maya Parate, both aged 55 from Kukde lay-out, were captured in CCTVs while stealing garments. Senior PI Madhao Giri told that they have been interrogating the trio to know about their involvement in other robberies in the city.
He informed that it’s suspected that all three, very well knew about many tricks of sneaking things easily.
The theft had taken place a few days before at a garment store at Law College Square. The store owner had filed a police complaint at Ambazari police station and had even submitted the CCTV clippings.
Giri and his police team went thoroughly through the captured images of the women and pinned them down from their residence. “The CCTV camera shows that all three women entered posing as customers. While two kept the counter girl and owner busy talking with them, the third partner hid some clothes inside her wore clothes. Later, she walked out of the store and sat inside the auto rickshaw parked in front of the store and again walked into the store,” told Giri. He suspects that the woman might have kept the stolen clothes inside the auto rickshaw. Police are yet to recover the stolen clothes from the women.
In another theft case, cops nabbed a 22-year-old Babita Yadav, a resident of Sudam Nagari, working with a beauty parlour for allegedly stealing valuables of bride from the marriage hall in Rana Pratap Nagar area. Bride Amruta Kushram had filed a complaint in RP Nagar police station.
Acting on the secret information, police interrogated Yadav who later spilled the beans that she had robbed the purse having valuables and cell phone from the marriage hall. Yadav confessed that she has gifted the stolen cell phone to her boyfriend. Police have came to know that Yadav’s friend is also involved in the theft and are searching for her.