Mangaluru: Use of technology - Police arrest mobile phone thieves within 105 minutes of theft


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 27: City police cracked a mobile theft case within 105 minutes of the theft taking place. This was possible due to the use of technology. Cops have confiscated 11 mobiles that were stolen by the thieves.

The said mobiles were stolen when the constructions workers were sleeping in the afternoon on an under-construction building at Karangalpady. The workers had filed a complaint at 5 pm on Saturday with the police.

The team of police, comprising of Govindraju B, inspector of Mangaluru north station, sub inspectors Gurukanti and Nagaraj, head constables Bharath and Valentine D'Souza and constable Tipparaddeppa, sprung into action quickly and arrested three accused at 6.45 pm from a lodge in the town.

The arrested are identified as Mohammed Sarfraz, Mohammed Suhail and Mohammed Safwan. Two cases of theft are already registered against Mohammed Safwan. Two bikes are also confiscated from the accused, the ownership of which is also being investigated. This information was provided by city police commissioner Vikash Kumar.

The city police commissioner lauded the effort of inspector Govindraju and team who busted the case within short time. He also said that the team used technology and crime detection skills to reach to the culprits quickly.

 

 

 

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Sep 28 2020

    Very good.congratulations to Police.Big technology is not needed.Just ring the number when nearby is,telefon will ring,first ,.second chip too is useful.well ,why anyone should rob these workers mobiles?Make them to work in this construction work till they pay back the preis of these mobiles.

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  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Mohammad, peace be upon him.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    My big salute to Govindraju B, inspector Mangalore north station and his dedicated team in arresting the mobile phone thieves. Your technology did work in 105 minutes.

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    These are already known to the POLICE and they are not new in the TRADE. Its just like KALLA and POLICE game

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  • Sunil, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Congratulations team Mangalore police....Hope those labourers get their phones now. As per the law if they want to file a case they have to keep the phones in court custody as material proof. If they want the phones as obviously they need it, the thieves will go scot free with some beatings from cops. Correcr me if i am wrong

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    I wish we had the Technology to being back Vijay Mallya, Mehul Chokshi & Nirav Modi ...

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  • Sudesh pai, MANIPAL

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Appreciate the police while writing some rot which does not connect to this story be positive

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Sudesh pal, MANIPAL, I fully agree with your comments.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Sudesh pai, MANIPAL
    Surprisingly I find a lot of Vijay Mallya, Mehul Chokshi & Nirav Modi supporters ...

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla/Mangaluru

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Why did the people lynch ??

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