Udupi: Police arrest three; recover stolen articles, cash in operation

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (SS)

Udupi, Aug 6: Police have arrested three persons and recovered stolen articles valued at Rs 2,99,101 including cash from them comprising gold chains, mobile handsets and vehicles.

The arrested are identified as Mohammed Arif alias Munna (37) a resident of Guttakadu of Talipadi village in Mangaluru taluk who has been an accused in 18 cases, Mohammed Muneer (24), a resident of Adaigudde of Kenjaru village in Mangaluru who has been an accused in eight cases and Akbar (36), a resident of Bajpe in Mangaluru who has been an accused in two cases.

All the three accused were involved in a series of theft cases. They were involved in a chain snatching of an old woman at a house in Nandikooru near UPCL under the Kapu Circle. They had stolen Rs 2.52 lac in cash from a house on Uchila Paniyooru road and stolen parked two-wheelers from Padubidri, Uchila and Katapadi.

The police recovered gold chains, mobile handset, Rs 61,000 in cash and three stolen two-wheelers besides an auto rickshaw, a motorcycle and other valuables.

The police operation was conducted under the direction of N Vishnuvardhan, SP, Udupi, S T Siddalingappa, Additional SP, Udupi and S Vijayakumar, assistant SP, Karkala sub-division with the help of K C Poovaiah, circle inspector, Kapu, Prakash Saliyana, PSI (Investigation), Padubidri, and Praveen Kumar, Rajesh, Hemaraj, Nandesh and Sukumar from crime section.





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  • Rudolf Silva, Karkala

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    no price for guessing... who else

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  • Guru, Mulki

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    Families names

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  • George, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    These idiots brining shame to their parents and community. It's high time to encounter these after public demo whatever community they belong. So that in the future no such unwanted things happen.

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  • S Shetty, Tulunaad - Odipu Kudla Kasrod

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    papa mokaleg bele tikudiji modina na hindustanodu, akalna fault ejji

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  • Rahul, Jeppu

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    Why serial offenders are let free on bail again & again to commit more heinous crimes

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  • Sam, Mumbai

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    Why is this double standards in the comments from communities? Criticize a person doing wrong irrespective of their religion. If its right wing they will say he will get a political seat if its left they will say oppression of minorities. Stop playing the

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  • Santan Mascarenhas, Kinnigoli/Bangalore

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    In our country, we punish the thieves that are caught, but we elect bigger thieves to municipal council, state assembly and parliament and place them in public office to steal more. Our politicians are big flatterers, for they are big thieves in disguise.

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  • Sense_shetty, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 07 2022

    This is the case everywhere in the world . There is corruption using UN/WHO policies used as a state instrument to sell products manufactured and promoted by western nations and the other so called champions of democracy. The problem in India is the visible corruption at the govt offices that is effecting common mans pocket even for small tasks.

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