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Eight Members of Interstate Gang of Thieves Nabbed in Bhagalpur 

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By Avijit Biswas

Bhagalpur, May 20: Eight members of a gang of thieves, active interstate was nabbed from Bypass Police Station area on last Sunday by Bhagalpur police along with stolen items.

Involvement of the arrested members of the gang in theft incidences at Sahebganj in Jharkhand has corroborated their association with an interstate gang. Of those arrested seven belong to this district while the remaining is native of adjoining Munger district.

Giving details of the arrest at press meet last evening, DSP (Law & Order) Chandrabhushan said a police team headed by SP City was constituted by SSP Anand Kumar to nab the members of the gang, on receipt of information that some criminals have assembled in an orchard near bypass dhaba and were engaged in preparing crime plan.

The criminals arrested following raid have been identified as Basuki Bhagat and Mannu Sah, residents of Bypass Police Station area, Md Kale, Md Tabrez, and Md Sahbaz alias Chotu, all residents of Mustafapur locality of city under Barari Police Station, Ranjit Sao and Arvind Kumar residents of Tamouni village under Kajrelli Police Station besides Sanjay Choudhury a resident of Sungathia village under Dharhara Police Station of Munger district, DSP informed.

He said three motorcycles, a laptop and a LED, silver ornaments weighing 691.6 grams, seven mobile phones, iron pipe and cutter beside clothing are among stolen items recovered from possession of the arrested criminals.

DSP further said the some of those arrested have confessed that they were involved in incidence of theft committed in Sahebganj. In connection with theft incident at Sahebganj the concerned police authorities of the place have been contacted by local police for details, DSP added.

Meanwhile efforts have been initiated by local police for identification and arrest of remaining members of interstate gang of thieves.

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  • Writer Avijit Biswas, former principal correspondent of Hindustan Times Bhagalpur bureau, can be contacted at biswasavijit@yahoo.comContact number (mobile): +919431095516

 

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