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City police arrests snatcher, cracks five cases

punjab Updated: Feb 18, 2015 18:58 IST
HT Correspondent

City police arrested a 25-year-old snatcher and claimed to have solved five such cases on Wednesday.

The accused has been identified as Basti Jodhewal resident Sunil Kumar, a student of BA LLB. Rs 11,700, a knife, four mobile phones and a motorcycle, which was snatched, were recovered from his possession.

Division number 5 station house officer (SHO), inspector Beant Juneja said a police team signalled a biker to stop for checking at a barricade, when the accused tried to escape. He was arrested after a brief chase by the cops.

According to the police, Sunil admitted that he was involved in five snatching incidents in Ludhiana. The accused claimed that he was studying at a private university and was unable to pay his fees.

He was also involved in snatching the valuables from a Delhi resident recently.

Kochar market police post in-charge, sub-inspector Navdeep Singh said that the family of the accused was facing financial crunch due to which he became a criminal. The accused has been sent on a two-day police remand by the court.