Punjab

Woman's earring snatched

Dilbag Singh | April 08, 2021 08:49 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

 

NURMAHAL Two unidentified motorcycle-borne miscreants on Thursday evening snatched the earrings of a woman.

Balvir Kaur  Wife of Kuldip Singh a resident of Gumtala village complained to the police that she was in returning home after milking cattle when two unidentified motorcycle accused attacked her and snatched earrings and fled away.

 Bilga police station munshi said the complaint is being investigated and a police team visited the village.

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