crook arrested with 2 mobiles and bikes stolen in Rewa | A miscreant arrested with two stolen mobiles and bike, police took action after beating up the salesman

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Atraila police of Rewa district has caught a miscreant with two stolen mobiles and bike. According to the police, in the recent few days, the accused had created a sensation by committing two incidents. First of all, he went to Umashankar Pandey, a resident of Antaraila, to collect the donation of Durga. From where he stole the mobile and fled.

Similarly, the accused demanded money from the salesman Dilip Kumar Tripathi for drinking alcohol. On refusing, the accused assaulted the complainant. After this, the accused got stunned by taking the mobile of the complainant kept in the window. After the complaint, the police made two FIRs and caught them while siege.

Atraila police station in-charge RS Singh Bagri said that Rajneesh Dwivedi, son of Sukhcharan (26), resident Koni, wrote a report on October 14 to complainant Umashankar Pandey resident of Atraila police station. Said that on October 6, he had kept the mobile of the realme company in his counter. Meanwhile, the accused reached on the pretext of deducting the receipt of Durga Chanda and stole the mobile. In such a situation, the police established crime number 138/21 section 379 Bhadvi.

Similarly, Atraila, a resident of Dilip Kumar Tripathi’s post salesman, reached the police station on October 14 and lodged a report. On the same day, Rajneesh Dwivedi son of village Koni demanded money from Sukhcharan Prasad (26) for drinking liquor and corex. He started beating for not giving. Then while leaving, Vivo stole the company’s mobile kept in the window. On the report of both, the investigation started by setting up crime number 139/21 section 327,323,379 Bhadvi.

Police caught on information of informer
On the previous day, Atraila police was searching for the accused. Then the information was received from the informer that the accused had seen a bike without number in Splendor Plus. In such a situation, the police arrested the accused and asked for valid documents of the bike. The police interrogated him for not showing the paper. Then told the police that Tenduni is of Hari Om Dwivedi, a resident of the village. But even after taking information from them, the documents of the vehicle were not found. In such a situation, while making the seizure of the bike suspected of theft, the offense number 140/2021 of section 411 Bhadvi was established.

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