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Eight held for snatching phones, jewellery

Eight men involved in snatching cases in different places were arrested and 57 sovereign of jewels and vehicles seized from them.

Published: 25th September 2018 03:21 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th September 2018 03:21 AM   |  A+A-

HANDCUFF, ARREST

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By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Eight men involved in snatching cases in different places were arrested and 57 sovereign of jewels and vehicles seized from them.

T Subramani (42), a car driver, was robbed of his mobile phone on Friday while he was walking down the road at Ezhil Nagar in Kodungaiyur around 11 pm. He lodged a complaint with the Kodungaiyur police who arrested Surya (18) from Kodungaiyur, Baskar (19) from MGR Nagar and a 17-year-old juvenile. The police recovered two mobile phones and a two-wheeler.

The T Nagar police arrested Prakash (23) from Pondy Bazaar and Kumar (19) from Nungambakkam. The duo were involved in chain-snatching caes in the city and the police recovered 15 sovereigns of chains from them.

S Tirupati (29) was robbed of jewels and a mobile phone at Arumbakkam on the Poonamallee High Road on Sunday. He lodged a complaint with the Arumbakkam police. The police, with the help of the CCTV footage arrested three men — I Sabeer Batcha (27), P Prakash (29) and M Rajkumar (24).  The police seized 41 sovereign of jewels, a car and two two-wheelers from the trio. All eight men were remanded under judicial custody.

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