Bengaluru: Police arrest gang who looted thousands from elderly man | Bengaluru

A pack of  thieves had been arrested by Banasawadi police on Friday whereas withdrawing hundreds of rupees from an aged man’s ATM card as he had jotted down the PIN on it.

A pack of thieves had been arrested by Banasawadi police on Friday whereas withdrawing hundreds of rupees from an aged man’s ATM card as he had jotted down the PIN on it. 

As per the police report, the incident happened on Could 11, the aged man was strolling on the roadside when the alleged gang stole the senior citizen’s cellphone and pockets. To the their disappointment, the pockets didn’t have a lot money. However they discovered an ATM card within the pockets with the PIN neatly jotted down. 

Instantly, the gang rushed to an ATM and withdrew hundreds of rupees. However their efforts to withdraw extra cash from the person’s checking account failed because the cops caught them within the early hours of Friday. 

The arrested had been recognized by police as Shahbaz, 22, Tabrez Khan, 24, each residents of Bharathinagar, and Jafar Sadiq, 20, of KG Halli with a few of their accomplices managed to flee.

It’s reported that, moreover the cellphone and the ATM card, police additionally recovered a automotive purchased from the crime spoils and a few deadly weapons. 

It is usually to be famous that the suspects had been earlier arrested by KG Halli and DJ Halli police however had secured bail. 

 


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