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Loot for pocket money: 18-19-year-old boys formed gangs, 10,000 looted from a full market youth but caught

Loot for pocket money: 18-19-year-old boys formed gangs, 10,000 looted from a full market youth but caught

Four friends have been arrested by the police in Urala area of ​​Raipur. These four made a plan to carry out gangs and commit the robbery and robbery incidents, looted a young man but were caught in a short time. 18- 19-year-old boys, using a shortcut to earn money, stepped into the world of crime, using a shortcut to earn money. Gave . Earlier, he was also involved in small incidents of assault, now the police have arrested and sent to jail. The boys arrested, 19 -year -old Suraj Dandiya, 18 -year -old Suraj Sahu, 18 -year -old Manish Sahu and 21 -year -old Purushottam Vishwakarma. Is. All of them are residents of Birgaon area. All four were involved in the robbery incident. The police, caught by the police, went to buy vegetables in the market of Urala, a young man named Nekanu Sharan. Then Suraj and his friends surrounded Kanu. First tried to rob his mobile but could not rob the mobile. After this, while fighting, kept 10,000 in Kanu's pocket and ran away. People informed the police. The police team was patrolling near Bazar. On reaching the spot, the police ran away and caught Suraj. After this, his three colleagues also came to know shortly after. The remaining three youths were also arrested and 10,000 of the robbery kept with them were also recovered. The miscreants said that they wanted to carry out this robbery for their pocket expenses. The accused had a plan to distribute money among themselves but were arrested earlier. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 9:59 am
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