Two Criminals Arrested By Gujarat Police for Snatching 14 Lack Rupee Bag, crime news, cheating news, fraud news, news about fraudlens in Mumbai Ahmedabad: A team of city crime branch arrested two members of a Mumbaibased gang involved in cheating cases in the city. Police recovered valuables worth Rs 14.27 lakh including a car worth Rs 3 lakh.
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According to crime branch officials, Ranvir Singh, an employee of a transport firm in Aslali, had been to a bank in Maninagar on June 14 to withdraw money for business transactions.
At 12.30 pm, he came out of t the bank with Rs 1.60 lakh when a man approached him i and told him that he knew his boss Balwantsinh Jat. He said that he owed him some money and if Singh could accompany him to his office in the same building, he could hand over the parcel. Believing him, Singh went with him to a lift when the man pushed him in the lift and started it when he snatched the bag containing cash and fled from the spot.
A team led by inspector B P Rojiya got information on the gang involved in the incident and sent a team to Mumbai. The team caught Abbas Ukani (Vora) alias Raju, 38, a resident of Nalla Sopara, Thane, and Mukesh Menon, 48, a resident of Vasai (E), Palghar, from Mumbai on Monday. The duo was found in possession of gold ornaments worth Rs 9.82 lakh, Rs 1.45 lakh cash and a car worth Rs 3 lakh.
“Abbas is a native of Surat. He came to Nalla Sopara and started vegetable business. He then decided to get rich and put a plan in action where he used to get dressed well and visit banks. He would know the details of the firm and start talking about it with the man who had come to withdraw or deposit cash. He would use the same modus operandi used in Maninagar and steal or rob the cash, “said a crime branch official.
Investigators said that the duo is involved in cheating and robbery cases in areas like Ashram Road, Kagdapith, Drive-in Road, Relief Road, Maninagar in city, Chotila in Surendranagar and Mumbai. Menon used to drive the car during the incidents, said police.


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