A sixteen-yr-antique thief turned into held by way of a set of residents within the Pleasantville district, moments after he robbed a woman of her cellular telephone.
The incident befell around nine am on Saturday.
Reports say the female became status at the corner of Teak and Cedar Drive while she approached the youngster who introduced a robbery and advised her he became retaining a firearm below his t-blouse. The teen then robbed the girl of her cell smartphone. She raised the alarm, and the thief was quickly held in a residents’ arrest. Officers of the Mon Repos Police Station spoke back to the incident and took the suspect into custody. Investigations are ongoing.
CHENNAI: Cell telephone snatchers are once more at the prowl. Three human beings lost their cell phones on Monday night. In Nungambakkam, a journalist running with an information channel misplaced his mobile telephone on Monday night to snatching. The victim, J Senathipathi, 23, of Vadapalani, was talking over his cellular telephone. He becomes standing outside his office. Two men on a motorbike, who have been passing with the aid of, snatched his mobile cellphone and escaped from the scene. Though he made an try to trap them, they vanished in the darkish.
Based on his criticism, the Nungambakkam police registered a case, and a hunt was released.
In another incident in Nungambakkam, a cellular smartphone turned into snatched from a man who was walking to his room. The victim, Narayana Pramod, forty-seven, of Nungambakkam, turned into messaging on his cell telephone while the thieves snatched his cellphone. He instructed police that the snatchers have been wearing helmets. Police have accrued the CCTV photos. In a similar incident, Raja of Vyasarpadi changed into also robbed of his cell telephone utilizing unidentified men.
Most of the cellular telephone snatchers who were stuck through the police stated they centered on individuals occupied on their mobile telephones. They would target individuals who interact in speak me on the cell phones whilst taking walks on the streets. Snatchers could sometimes divert their attention by tapping on their shoulders, taking hold of their telephones, and escaping. In most instances, phone snatchers belonged to the equal locality where the crime was committed, stated the police officer. “Unemployed youths from the slums, who need to make some short money, take pleasure in such sports,” stated the officer.