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Robbers on the lookout in the Tarn Taran: La Tribune de l’Inde

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Our correspondent

Tarn Taran, May 17

Over the past two days, incidents of looting, kidnapping and theft have been reported in different parts of the city.

Raghav Joshi, an Amritsar resident and employee of the Bajaj Finance company, had the goods he was transporting near Booh village stolen on Sunday. He was on his motorcycle when three motorcycle robbers, who were armed with edged weapons, appeared on the scene. The thieves took away his laptop, two telephone heads and other devices. Harike Police filed a case under Sections 379-B and 341 of the IPC against the robbers on Monday.

On Monday, two miscreants on a motorbike stole a handbag from Rupinder Kaur, a Miandwind resident of Khadooor Sahib village. The victim had come to the SDM office in Khadoor Sahib for his immigration work.

In his statement to the police, Rupinder said there was Rs 20,000 in cash and an important document related to his children’s offer letters from Italy and other important documents like Aadhaar cards, PAN cards , the voter cards, the certificates of studies of the members of his family. A case under Section 379 of the IPC has been registered by Goindwal Sahib Police.

Gurcharan Singh, a clothing dealer from Tarn Taran, was robbed of Rs 55,000 near Goindwal Sahib on Monday night. He was returning from Goindwal Sahib after closing his temporary makeshift vendor at a fair in Goindwal Sahib. An ICC Article 379-B case was registered by Goindwal Sahib Police on Monday.

Meanwhile, Verowal Police on Monday arrested Jalalabad resident Harpal Singh Bhala in a robbery case. ASI Hari Singh said the accused stole two ventilators from the premises of the Government Elementary School for Girls in Jalalabad. A case under Articles 380 and 451 of the ICC against the accused.

Patti City police arrested two robbers on Monday. The defendants were identified as Paramjit Singh Pamma and Gurnishan Singh Nikka from Thatha village. ASI Sukhwinder Singh said the defendant ripped off the earrings of a woman in the city on Sunday evening. Mohinderpal Singh, the victim’s son, said his mother was walking down the street after the meal and the robbers who were on a motorbike ripped off her earrings and fled.

A case under Sections 379-B and 34 of the IPC had been filed by the Patti City Police.

Also, disbelievers stole bottles of wine from a shop on Sarhali road in Patti town after breaking its lock. The disbelievers left with 65 bottles of wine of different brands and 10 bottles of beer. The store is located a few meters from the police naka.

The thieves failed to break the locks on a wine shop near the grain market, Patti, then moved to Sarhali road and stole bottles of wine and beer. A case under Sections 379-B and 34 of the IPC was filed by Patti Police on Monday.