Thief accused in multiple cases nabbed


Team Udayavani, Sep 9, 2018, 11:03 AM IST

Bantwal: A person accused of various thefts has been arrested by the district police and the stolen items have been recovered from him. The arrested thief has been identified as Mohammed Iqbal alias Ikku, 48, a resident of Bantwal.

On Friday, Bantwal rural police were conducting routine check when they stopped a two-wheeler bearing a Kerala number plate. When the rider was cross questioned, it was discovered that he was accused in at least 5 theft cases.

The police have recovered gold worth Rs 32,000, a laptop valued Rs. 20,000 stolen from a primary healthcare centre, a donation box, a mortorcycle estimated at Rs. 40,000 and a mobile handset from the accused.  

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