Khargone (Madhya Pradesh): A police team from Barwah police station in Khargone district nabbed seven accused involved in stealing mobile phones worth Rs four lakh from a mobile shop.
Those who were arrested are Raju Davar, 25, a resident of Kharkua village under Nanpur police station in Alirajpur district, Kalu Sharma, Piyush Sharma, 22, both residents of Barwah in Khargone district, Chamaria Tomar, 35, a resident of Nanpur village in Alirajpur, Pawan Chauhan, a resident of Kharkua village in Alirajpur, Lalsingh Chauhan, 19 and Rakesh Chauhan, 19, both residents of Titi village under Nanpur police station limit in Alirajpur district.
Police recovered 26 mobile phones of different companies worth Rs four lakh from them.
Barwah police station in-charge Jagdish Goyal informed that on February 21, Jasraj, a resident of Barwah and a shop owner lodged his complaint. In his complaint, he claimed that on February 20, he closed his shop at 8.30 pm and went home. On February 21 morning at 9.30, when he opened the shop, he saw big hole in the back wall. About 20 to 30 mobile phones of different companies were missing from the shop.
Based on his complaint, police registered an FIR and began an investigation into the matter. During the course of the investigation, police got the tip-off about one Raju Davar selling mobile phones cheaply at Kharkua village in Alirajpur district.
The Barwah team immediately nabbed and interrogated him. Based on the information provided by him, police nabbed other gang members.
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