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Man held for breaking open outlet to steal liquor bottles

Upon noticing, the locals alerted the police, who then caught him red-handed.  The police said that he entered into the shop with an intention to steal liquor bottles.  

Published: 17th May 2020 06:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th May 2020 06:14 AM   |  A+A-

Workers unloading cartons of liquor off a truck near Kalaiyarangam in Tiruchy on Wednesday | m k ashok kumar

By Express News Service

COIMBATORE: A 48-year-old man was arrested for allegedly breaking into a TASMAC outlet to steal liquor bottles here on Thursday.  According to the Coimbatore police, the man – S Mahendran from Thiruvalluvar Nagar working as a coolie – allegedly broke open the rooftop of a TASMAC outlet near Pookadai lane bus stop in Mettupalayam at around 1.30 pm on Thursday.

Upon noticing, the locals alerted the police, who then caught him red-handed.  The police said that he entered into the shop with an intention to steal liquor bottles.  Based on a complaint, Mettupalayam police booked Mahendran. He was remanded in prison on Thursday night, said the police.

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