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Robbers with pan-India footprint land in police net

A gang of four interstate criminals wanted in several cases of snatching and robbery reported from the Capital in addition to southern Indian states was arrested in northeast Delhi, police said on Saturday.
Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent, New Delhi
UPDATED ON SEP 30, 2012 01:12 AM IST

A gang of four interstate criminals wanted in several cases of snatching and robbery reported from the Capital in addition to southern Indian states was arrested in northeast Delhi, police said on Saturday.

Identified as Sandeep, 24, Sharvan, 36, Pawan, 25 and Parminder, 33, four cases of robbery and snatching perpetrated across Delhi's east and northeast as well as in adjacent Ghaziabad have been solved with their arrest, said VV Chaudhary, additional CP (northeast).

"On July 6, Ram Kishan, a resident of Shahdara lodged a complaint stating that he and his wife were returning to their residence after withdrawing R4 lakh from the Central Bank of India branch in Jyoti Nagar when two men on a motorcycle snatched the money bag and fled," Chaudhary said.

During investigation, he said, information about criminals using a similar modus operandi was analysed. Parminder was held, who disclosed his involvement in the crime, Chaudhary added.

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