Mangaluru: Two bike thieves including bus conductor arrested

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Jun 24: The Ullal police have arrested two accused involved in bike theft and recovered an Activa scooter stolen from Thokkottu.

The arrested individuals are Abdul Sawad (26) from Mukkachery Kadappura and Yashbith (22) from Dharmanagar. A few days ago, they had stolen an Activa scooter parked in front of Keerthi Hotel in Thokkottu. Acting on a tip-off, the Ullal police apprehended the duo in Ullal.

Abdul Sawad has previous cases related to marijuana and theft registered in various police stations in Mangaluru. Yashbith works as a conductor on the Ullal-State Bank bus route. The arrests were made under the leadership of station officer Balakrishna H N, and the police have seized the Activa scooter valued at Rs 80,000.







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  • Ashok, Mulky

    Tue, Jun 25 2024

    No education as usual and hence no work. Of course, no education required for these highly skilled jobs and quick and big bucks if not caught. And this is the reality and will continue to happen.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Tue, Jun 25 2024

    "Abdul Sawad has previous cases related to marijuana ... " --- looks like some collaboration between "ganja giraki" and "thotte giraki" peoples ...

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  • Malinga, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 25 2024

    Appreciate this role model of communal harmony......which is rare nowadays!!!

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