Four women robbed of chains

BANGALORE: Four women were robbed of gold chains in four different incidents on Monday. In D J Halli, an unidentified miscreant snatched a gold chain worth `1.5 from Hemavathi, a residen

Published: 10th April 2012 02:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:25 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Four women were robbed of gold chains in four different incidents on Monday.

In D J Halli, an unidentified miscreant snatched a gold chain worth `1.5 from Hemavathi, a resident of Muniveerappa Layout near Shampur. The miscreant in the pretext of buying a pen from Hemavathi’s store, diverted her attention and snatched her chain. Police registered a case.

In another incident, Lingamma, a resident of Rajajinagar was robbed of her gold chain worth `2.5 lakh in Subramanya Nagar.

The incident took place in front of her house while she was drawing a rangoli. Two unidentified miscreants, came on a bike and diverted her attention in the pretext of enquiring an address and snatched her chain.

A 65-year-old woman Narasamma, a resident of Vyalikaval was robbed of her gold chain worth `1.8 lakh. The incident took place when she had gone for a walk in the morning.  Two miscreants, who came on a bike snatched her chain and fled.  Police registered a case.

A housewife was robbed of her gold chain worth `80,000. The incident took place around 7 am when the victim Shailarani, a resident of Hennur was drawing  rangoli in front of her house.

Police said an unidentified miscreant came running towards her. Noticing this, Shailarani rushed back towards her house. The miscreant chased her inside the house and snatched her chain and escaped. Police registered a case.

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