Gang of five abduct, rob Delhi resident of cash and cellular smartphone
A 20-yr-vintage man became allegedly overwhelmed up and robbed of Rs 7,six hundred and his mobile phone by means of a set of 5 guys who got here on two bikes and kidnapped him, the police said on Monday.
The victim, a Delhi resident, who did no longer want to be diagnosed, changed into on foot in the direction of the Huda City Centre Metro station from his office in Sector forty four on Saturday nighttime round 7 pm, when the incident happened, stated Devender Kumar, assistant sub-inspector(ASI), who is the investigation officer inside the case.
Around 7 pm on Saturday, the sufferer was approximately 500 metres from the Metro station, when two bikes stopped next to him. “Without pronouncing something, the riders commenced hitting me. They then pulled me directly to one of the motorcycles and made me sit down between two people,” he said.
The victim told the police that the accused men took him to an isolated vicinity in Sector 47 and pressured him to unlock his phone and transfer Rs 7,six hundred from an e-pockets to their account. “I were given scared and I went directly home after the incident,” said the sufferer told HT.
A police grievance changed into filed on Sunday through the victim, based totally on which an FIR become registered at the Sushant Lok police station beneath sections 420 and 379 of the IPC. “We are yet to perceive the accused. We have determined no CCTV photos of the region. We gets the information of the transaction and song down the accused,” Kumar stated.
Shamsher Singh, assistant commissioner of police(crime), said that the police were now not positive whether or not any criminal gang changed into concerned in the incident. “We are trying to nab all of the principal gangs inside the town.”
Talking about incidents of people on streets getting robbed after being presented shared rides in cabs, Singh said that six devices of the metropolis police are working on the case and introduced that they had been yet to perceive the gangs.