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District police crack train much controversial robbery case

Published On : 07 Dec 2017   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Udupi: The District Police cracked a train robbery case successfully. The robbers had loooted 4.11 kg gold worth valued Rs 1,28,32,316 on the Thiruvanthapuram bound Mumbai train near Padubidri on 17th September. Rajendra Singh, an executive of Mumbai based gold making firm namely G M Gold Pvt Ltd was looted in Netravathi Express train on 17th September. The suit case carrying gold bangles was taken away by the armed robbers near Surathkal railway station with knife and pistol. The robbers threatened Rajendra Singh and escaped with suitcase.

On a tip off, police arrested the robbers. The arrested are Mithun Vaniyan alias Bairav singh Rana Rohit Shetty (31) from Panvel of Maharastra who residing in Madikeri, Karnataka, Pintu Arjun Chowdary from Lalpur, Bihar, Yogishwar Singh alias Yogish (24) of Chithrakot, Rajasthan, Mukhtar Ibrahim (24) of Udum, Kasargod, Riyaz K (30) of Chemmanad, Kasargod, P. K. Murugan (49) of Kuttoor, Thrissur and Prabhulal Gurjar (30) from Udaypur, Rajasthan.

 







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