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Cuffs for robber, snatchers

Mango police on Tuesday nabbed a 26-year-old robber Arman Baccha, who had managed to give police the slip a few days ago.

Police also recovered from Arman, an Azadnagar resident, a stolen bike, ATM cards and driving licences.

SSP Amol V. Homkar said a police team raided the house of one Md Jalal and nabbed his son Arman, wanted in connection with many robbery cases lodged at Chaibasa and RIT thanas. Arman was also charged with an Arms Act case at Azadnagar thana.

“We had arrested three men from Azadnagar on June 28 while they were conspiring to rob a Kadma-based trader. Arman was one of the duo who had given police the slip,” said Homkar.

In another breakthrough, a team led by Jugsalai OC Ashok Giri intercepted two bike-borne men. On grilling, the bikers — Mohammed Feku and Vishwakarma Ram — could not give police satisfactory answers. Police frisked the duo to recover a loaded revolver and two cartridges.

According to the SSP, the duo confessed that they snatched gold chains from women and cash from people returning from banks.

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