Criminals Rob Mobile Phones Worth Rs Seven Crore From Truck On Mathura-Delhi Highway
Mathura, Oct 16 (TNA) Miscreants have robbed mobiles worth Rs 7 crore on the Delhi highway, report of which was filed after 10 days on Friday, an official said. 10 days after the incident, a case of robbery has been registered in the police station Farah.
According to information, in Mathura, two miscreants climbed into the canter near Raipura Jat on the Agra-Delhi highway, took the driver captive and robbed mobiles.
On Friday, on the orders of ADG Agra Zone Rajiv Krishna, a report of this case was registered at police station Farah. In the report filed by Sachin Manav, manager of Oppo Mobile Company, it has been said that the driver Munish Yadav, resident of Manikpur village in Farrukhabad district, had left for Bangalore from Greater Noida at 7 am on October 5 with a canter. Two people sat in the canter as a ride from the Gwalior bypass of Farah police station area.
After crossing the Babina (Jhansi) toll at around 10 o'clock on the night of October 5, the miscreants put a sheet on the head of the driver Munish and took him hostage after injuring him with the butt of a gun. These people threw the truck driver Munish in village Somarsa district Sheopur under Manpur police station area of Madhya Pradesh and fled with the truck.
He told that there were 8990 mobile phones of Reality and Oppo company in the canter. Whose value is close to seven crore rupees. The miscreants fled leaving the empty canter in Somarsa area. The canter is currently in the possession of Manpur police.