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5 thieves arrested in town: The Tribune India

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Our correspondent

Ludhiana, December 6

City police on Sunday arrested five thieves and thieves from various parts of the city and proceeded to recover a motorcycle, a scooter and nine cell phones of different brands.

Police said two thieves and pickpockets, identified as Sarika and Mani Kumar, both residents of Jalandhar town, were arrested near City Hotel on Old GT Road on Sunday on an information and the search of the accused has allowed the recovery of four cell phones. Telephone (s. The accused were imprisoned under Articles 379 and 411 of the IPC.

Two other two-wheeler thieves, Biru de Vijay Nagar and his accomplice Jaswinder Singh, a resident of Janakpuri, were arrested at T-Point near the civilian hospital on Sunday. They were driving a stolen Honda Activa scooter (registration number PB 091G 7264). A stolen Samsung cell phone was also seized from the accused who had been convicted under Articles 379 and 411 of the IPC.

Another two-wheeler thief, Nikka from Puneet Nagar was detained from the labor colony on an accusation. During the investigation, a stolen motorcycle (without license plate) and four mobile phones were recovered from the accused who had been convicted under Articles 379 and 411 of the IPC.

Stolen motorcycle

A Bajaj Pulsar motorcycle (with registration number PB 10HM 4992) was reportedly stolen from the Chowpatty Market in Fountain Chowk on Sunday. Karan Bhardwaj, a resident of Sham Nagar, reported to police that he parked his two-wheeler at Chowpatty Market, near the Pavillion shopping center. He said that when he returned after a while, he was missing. The police registered a case under section 379 of the IPC.

Burgled Factory

An auto parts unit located in the village of Lakhowal was broken into on the night of December 4-5, and thieves swept away with a computer processor and an unspecified amount of finished goods and raw materials. Factory manager Deepak Malhotra filed a report with police, claiming that upon arriving at the factory on Sunday morning, the main door was open and the hangar and store were ransacked. The police had registered a case under Articles 427 and 380 of the IPC.