Spike in crime, as cops fail to find clues

LUDHIANA: There is not any respite in the robbery, loot, and snatching incidents in the town. While bike-borne miscreants rob other people, police have failed to solve no less than 10 cases since ultimate year, together with 4 very recent cases.

On April 11, two bike-borne miscreants tricked a hosiery dealer — Shiv Kumar Bansal (60) of Barewal Road — and looted him of Rs 9 lakh on RK Road in extensive sunlight, while he was once going to his manufacturing facility from his area with a bag of cash. At RK Road round 11am, the miscreants waved on the driver to prevent and said fuel was once leaking from the engine. When the motive force and dealer got here out to check, the miscreants picked up the cash bag and pc and escaped. Three days later, police have now not been ready to seek out any clue. CCTV cameras captured the auto and bike, but may now not seize any face or registration quantity.


On April 6, two bike-borne six armed robbers robbed a father-son duo of Rs 7 lakh from outdoor their area in Model Town. The robbers threatened the duo with guns, snatched the bag of cash and escaped from the spot. The police discovered CCTV pictures which captured the accused on motorcycles. However, due to darkness, the registration selection of motorcycles may now not been captured obviously.


On March 20, two unidentified assailants opened hearth on the employee of a private assortment company and robbed Rs 18 lakh from outdoor HDFC Bank at Ludhiana-Ferozepur road in extensive sunlight. The employee, accompanied by means of a safety guard and driver, had long gone there to deposit the cash, amassed from other corporations, when the accused opened assault on them. The police recovered two bullet shells from the spot. The incident was once captured on CCTV put in outdoor the financial institution, however the police have nonetheless now not been ready to trace the accused.


On February 2, 4 bike-borne unidentified miscreants robbed an oil dealer in Sabun Bazar of Rs 15 lakh in cash by means of threatening him with guns, executing the crime within 30 seconds. The dealer and his accountant have been counting cash in the place of work at 9.30pm when masked robbers barged in, carrying sharp-edged guns and weapons. They snatched cash from the dealer, put the shutter down, and fled on their bikes.


Spike in crime, as cops fail to find clues Spike in crime, as cops fail to find clues Reviewed by kailash soni on April 15, 2018 Rating: 5
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