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    Panic erupts in Delhi NCR, Delhi Police nabs four miscreants including mastermind from Haryana

    New Delhi. A special team of Delhi Police South-East District Police has managed to nab such robbers who were not only in Delhi but also in Haryana and Rajasthan (Rajasthan). A domestic pistol, two live cartridges, two snatched mobile phones and a stolen motorcycle were recovered from the four robbers arrested by the special staff.

    Besides, five cases under the Arms Act, robbery, robbery and theft have also been demanded to be settled. The four robbers were identified as Bhagwan Singh alias Bhima, Kishan Kumar, Shivam Yadav and Devendra Kumar.

    According to Southeast DCP Isha Pandey, around 9:20 on December 9, three men with firearms entered a money transfer shop in Pool Prahladpur. He showed the gun to the shopkeeper and looted 60,000 rupees in cash and three mobile phones from inside the shop. Later the matter was handed over to Pool Prahladpur police station and investigation was started after filing a case. The robbers all studied up to the ninth and tenth classes and worked as seamstresses and electricians.

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    According to the DCP, in view of the seriousness of the crime, under the supervision of ACP / Ops, under the supervision of SI Pradeep Sharma, SI Deepak, SI Ful Singh, ASI Shyam Bir, ASI Rajbir Singh, ASI Sher Singh, Head Constable Par Lal, ACP / Ops. A team comprising Constable Pawan, Constable Sonu, Constable Manoj, Constable Manish and female Constable Sonica was formed to catch the robbers.

    The team began scanning CCTV footage from a nearby camera and included those who provided classified information in the investigation. Later, the team closely examines the suspects’ dump data and CDRs. It was then learned that the team had found one of the looted mobile phones in Palwal, Haryana.

    Palwale raid with Haryana police
    Shortly afterwards, the team launched a precautionary operation in Palwal, Haryana, on the instructions of senior officials. The party set a trap at that place. Soon after, a man was seen approaching the spot, who saw the police team and tried to flee through the narrow road. When in doubt, he is told to stop, but he continues to increase his speed. The team chases him immediately and defeats him after the chase. He was taken into police custody.

    During the search, they found the same looted mobile phone which was found through technical surveillance. During interrogation, his identity was identified as Kisan Kumar’s son Ambir Singh, 25, resident of Palwal, Haryana. He confessed to the crime during interrogation.

    Besides, his partner Bhagwan Singh Bhim’s son Ved Prakash is 23 years old, Haryana resident Palwal, Shivam Yadav’s son Dinesh Yadav is 22 years old, Delhi resident Pool Prahlad Pur and Devendra Tinu’s son Liladhar’s resident Pool Prahlad Pur, Delhi. Age 26 years. As it happened. Arrests were made from their respective homes in a series of raids. A domestic pistol, two live cartridges, a stolen motorcycle and two mobile phones were recovered from them. During the investigation, a motorcycle and two mobile phones recovered from Prahladpur area were stolen. The case is being further investigated to nab his fugitive accomplice.

    Even before this, they have looted lakhs of rupees
    During interrogation, the accused Kisan revealed that he robbed four of his associates namely Bhagwan Singh alias Bhima, Shivam Yadav, Devendra alias Tinu and another owner of a money transfer shop at Keshari Market Bridge Prahladpur. They took three mobile phones and Rs 60,000 from his shop. He further admitted that he stole a Hero Splendor motorcycle from Bishwakarma Colony, Surajkund Road, Pool Prahladpur, Delhi.

    He confessed that in October 2021, he shot dead a shopkeeper in Sadar Bazar of Vivadi in Rajasthan and looted Rs 4 lakh. He further admitted that in November 2021, he looted Rs 2.5 lakh by showing home-made pistols to the owners and employees of Agarwal Furniture Showroom on Sohna Road, Haryana. Also, in October 2021, he looted Rs 30,000 from a local shopkeeper in Dharuhera, Haryana, threatening to shoot in the air.

    Tags: crime news, Delhi Crime, News from Delhi, Delhi Police


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