Teacher robbed of mobile phone worth Rs30,000

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • Updated: Nov 02, 2014 21:03 IST

A teacher, 34, travelling in an autorickshaw, was robbed of her mobile phone by two bikers in Juhu on Saturday night. The Versova police have registered a case of robbery and are searching for the unidentified miscreants.

According to the police, Juhu resident, Nisha Palan, was returning home, which is located near Hare Ram Hare Krishna temple, when a bike came very close to the auto.

The pillion rider snatched the phone from her hand near Gazala hotel, after which the two sped away on their motorbike. Palan had paid Rs30,000 for her phone, which she had bought a few months back.

“Palan could not see the rider or the pillion rider’s face. She could not spot the number plate of the bike as they fled from the spot very quickly,” said an officer.

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