Ludhiana | 2 thieves arrested with nine phones stolen

During interrogation, the arrested accused confessed to stealing mobile phones from areas such as Pratap Pura, Haibowal, Jassian Road, Bahadur Ke Road, Hussainpura and Jalandhar Bypass in Ludhiana.

Salem Tabri police have arrested two thieves and recovered nine stolen cell phones in their possession.

The defendants were identified as Ajay Kumar alias Munny from Mohalla Manoj Colony on Jassian Road and Ajay from Ashok Nagar, Jassian Road. A motorcycle without license plates was also seized from the duo.

Salem Tabri Police Station Police Station Inspector Gaganpreet Singh said he received a warning that the defendants were heading to the clock tower from Jassian Road to sell stolen mobile phones. The police intercepted the defendants, who were riding a motorcycle without license plates, and recovered the stolen mobile phones.

During interrogation, the accused confessed to stealing mobile phones from areas such as Pratap Pura, Haibowal, Jassian Road, Bahadur Ke Road, Hussainpura and Jalandhar Bypass.

A case under Sections 379 B (2) and 34 of the Indian Penal Code has been registered at Salem Tabri Police Station. The suspects were presented to court and sent to two days in custody.

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