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NAVI MUMBAI POLICE SOLVES SERIES OF CRIME

The Navi Mumbai Crime Branch has been successful in solving a series of robberies and thefts across the city. Details of the arrest was given to the media, during a press conference held by the Deputy Commissioner of Police. The NRI Police department was successful in catching bike thieves after receiving a complaint from a resident. A trap was laid at d -mart and two young men were arrested Arpan naik and Parvesh Ansari, both residents of nerul. This was a major success of the department as the robbers had managed to rob six bikes within a day. Out of the 6 bikes 1 is a hero Honda and the rest are Bajaj Pulsar. In all the value of these bikes is close to 1,80000. The alert APMC Police were successful in catching the culprits who were planning to rob a petrol pump one of which was a wanted gangster of Airoli Rahul Angre. The APMC Police were patrolling early morning on Palm Beach Road with instructions coming from PSI Purushotam Karad and APMC Sr PSI Dilip Kadam. When they reached Kopri village at Millennium Petrol pump they happened to see a Honda city car move around in a suspicious way. The police asked the car driver to stop but he raced away. The police followed them and managed to catch three out of five men. The police recovered a pistol, 3 mobile phones, and a knife. The Navi Mumbai Police has arrested a con artist in his attempt to rob a laptop and a projector from Hotel Supreme Heritage in sector 19 Vashi. The arrested G Wilson John booked a room in Hotel Supreme Heritage with the name of Srinivas. He informed the hotel that he is a employee of Asian agro Chemicals Chennai and would be having a conference on the 19th of September for which he asked for a laptop and projector to be sent to his room which he later fled away with. Another arrest made by the police was at Rabale where a gang of robbers had robbed a jewellery shop. The police recovered a country pistol, a chopper and 3 mangal sutras. With cameraman Raju Sharma Jan Cabral for NMTV News.

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