Punjab

Unidentified booked for snatching woman’s purse

Dilbag singh | June 11, 2019 03:04 PM

NAKODAR: The Mehatpur police have booked two unidentified persons on the charge of snatching a woman’s purse.

Parveen Kumari wife of Ranjit Pal a resident of Ramuwal village complained to the police that she was going to Nakodar on June 9 on the scooter when unidentified motorcycle-borne accused covering their faces snatched her purse near Meheru village bus stand at a point of a sharp-edged weapon and fled away. She said purse contained Rs 12,200, a mobile hand set and documents

Investigating officer Ashwani Kumar said that a case under section 379-B(snatching) and 34( committing crime with common intention) of the IPC has been registered against unidentified accused.

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