Newspaper hawker loses phone to snatchers in Chandigarh

Published on Jan 20, 2023 01:12 AM IST

In his complaint, Sumit Kumar, 19, a resident of EWS Colony, Maloya, Chandigarh, told the police that the trio snatched his mobile phone around 4.30 am while he was working and sped away.

A case under Section 379-A (punishment for theft) of the Indian Penal Code was registered at the Maloya police station in Chandigarh. (Getty Images)
A case under Section 379-A (punishment for theft) of the Indian Penal Code was registered at the Maloya police station in Chandigarh. (Getty Images)
By, Chandigarh

Three scooter-borne miscreants snatched the mobile phone of newspaper hawker near the dumping ground in Dadumajra Colony.

In his complaint, Sumit Kumar, a 19-year-old resident of EWS Colony, Maloya, told the police that the trio snatched his mobile phone around 4.30 am while he was doing his job and sped away.

A case under Section 379-A (punishment for theft) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) was registered at the Maloya police station.

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