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Two arrested with 38 stolen mobiles

delhi Updated: Sep 23, 2012 23:54 IST

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Two persons, including a teenager, have been arrested for allegedly possessing 38 stolen mobile phone sets, police said on Sunday.

Nineteen-year-old Naieem alias Vicky and 35-year-old Iqbal Sabbak, both residents of Seemapuri, were arrested on specific inputs that they would be coming to New Delhi Railway station with huge quantity of stolen mobile handsets in their possession, a police official said.

Eighteen mobiles were recovered from Naieem's possession while 20 mobile were recovered from Iqbal.

During interrogation, they said that mobiles were stolen from different part of Delhi by snatchers Dilip and Judi (both residents of Balimiki Mandir, Nabi Karim) and Bali from Sankar Piao in Nabi Karim.

"The snatchers used to sell the stolen mobiles to Imran and Naieem at cheaps rate who further sold it at a weekly market to customers," DCP Central District D C Srivastav said.

Further investigation was on and efforts were being made to nab Judi, Bali and Dilip.