Pune Police Recover 74 ‘Missing’ Mobile Phones, The Thieves Gang Busted

Jul 21 2021 12:13 PM
Pune Police Recover 74 ‘Missing’ Mobile Phones, The Thieves Gang Busted

Pune: On the one hand the corona havoc is not going to stop in Maharashtra and recently a Unit 2 Crime Branch of Pune City Police has recovered 74 mobile phones worth Rs 13.45 lakh, which people had lost while in the city and had no clue how it happened. People who did complain in this regard were lodged online on the Lost and Found portal on the Pune Police website.

After a complaint, correspondence was sent to the concerned mobile companies accordingly. After that 74 mobile phones were traced in various areas by the mobile companies, then the police informed the mobile users. The action was taken by Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Srinivas Ghadge, ACP Surendranath Deshmukh, Inspector Mahendra Jagtap. Later all the phones were returned to the owners.

The active team of thieves included Prakash More, Vaishali Bhosale, Yashwant Ambre, Aslam Pathan, Kishore Vaggu, Sanjay Jadhav, Namdev Renuse, Mohsin Sheikh, Chetan Gore, Chandrakant Mahajan, Uttam Taru, Nikhil Jadhav, Sameer Patel, Gajanan Sonune, Mitesh Chormole, Kadir Sheikh, Gopal Madane, Ajit Farande and Aruna Shinde. now all these are under police remand.

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