Indore: On the direction of DIG Rakesh Gupta for accelerating the pace of investigations in the pending cases, the police force of different PS areas uncovered six theft incidents and arrested the accused with the booty.ASP Vinay Paul informed in a press conference that following the directions of senior officers, the police force have obtained this success. The theft occurred in Chandan Nagar area on November 27, 2013, police succeeded to crack the case and arrested accused Bhaiyu and seized the stolen goods from him. He had stolen Rs 3000, a mobile and a purse from a house of the same locality.

Similarly, police have arrested one Vishnu, a resident of village Machal, who had looted Rs 700 and a mobile from a truck driver near Jawahar Tekri (Dhar Road) on September 24, 2013. In another incident on June 10, 2013, a resident of Hukumchand Colony Prince Yadav had complained about an incident of loot. But, on investigation the complaint was found to be false. So, now police have filed a case against Prince Yadav, for making the false complaint and have arrested him.

Another case solved was of July 2, 2013, when a theft was occurred in a shop of Arpan Patni in Venkatesh Nagar. Annapurna police have arrested Suresh Bhil, a resident of village Dilawara of district Dhar and recovered the booty from him.

The Annapurna police have also arrested another theif Ramkaran Vishwakarma (31 years), a resident of Martand Nagar and have recovered the stolen goods from him. Similarly, in connection with the loot occurred on December 12, 2013 at Hukmakheri area, police arrested accused Shubham Yadav and Karan alias Bhaiyu, residents of Shriddha – Saburi Colony and recovered the bike and the mobile from them. The accused had robbed Rs 20,000, a mobile and a bike from complainant Sunil Panwar.

Police have presented all the accused in the court. SP Abid Khan also said that, now police are focusing on resolving the pending cases and executing arrest warrants.

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