Gautam Budh Nagar district reported three chain snatching incidents between August 11 and 19, police mentioned. All of the incidents had been reported to the police on Saturday. Nonetheless, the police are but to make any arrests in reference to these incidents. Whereas two of the chain snatching incidents passed off on Friday and Saturday, a 3rd passed off on August 11, police mentioned.
Whereas two of the chain snatching incidents passed off on Saturday and Friday, a 3rd incident occurred on August 11, police mentioned.
In keeping with police, the primary incident passed off close to Surajpur police station in Central Noida, the place two suspects on a scooter focused a trainer.
The sufferer, Sandhya, was robbed of her gold chain price ₹50,000 on Saturday night. She mentioned that whereas she was returning house on a motorcycle taxi round 4.30 pm, the thieves approached her from behind close to her house in Omicron-3. “One of many assailants, sporting a monkey cap, snatched my chain because the bike-taxi slowed down for a pace bump,” she mentioned in her grievance.
“The suspects had been capable of escape after snatching Sandhya’s chain,” Avadesh Pratap, SHO, Surajpur, mentioned, including that she couldn’t be aware down the bike’s registration quantity.
On her grievance, a case of theft below Part 392 of the Indian Penal Code was registered at Surajpur police station on Saturday night, and three groups had been fashioned to nab the suspect, SHO Pratap added.
In one other incident on August 11, in Noida’s Sector 49, an IT skilled fell sufferer to chain snatchers.
Satyam Mishra, who misplaced a gold chain price ₹2 lakh, mentioned that two people on a motorcycle approached him from behind whereas he was returning to his parked automotive after changing his SIM card.
“The suspects had their faces hid below helmets. Regardless of the presence of a close-by CCTV digital camera, the poor high quality of the footage made it not possible to establish the registration variety of their car,” Mishra mentioned in his grievance.
He added that after the incident, he referred to as the police on Dial-112 and reported the incident. “Initially, I attempted to file an FIR by means of an internet course of, however resulting from technical points when the FIR was not registered, I approached the police station on Saturday to lodge a grievance,” added Mishra.
Sandeep Chaudhary, SHO, Sector 49, mentioned, “A case was registered on Saturday, and efforts are underway to nab the suspects.”
The third incident occurred close to the Beta-2 police station, the place a resident of PI-1 in Greater Noida, Resha, was robbed of her gold chain round 5.15 pm on Friday.
As she was headed to a close-by grocery retailer with a pal, two people on a motorcycle snatched her chain close to colony gate primary, she mentioned in her grievance. An FIR was registered, and additional investigations are underway, police mentioned.