Robbers used to use monkeys for robbing, this is how they got exposed

Apr 09 2021 04:00 PM
Robbers used to use monkeys for robbing, this is how they got exposed

Two people have been detained in the Malviya Nagar area of ​​South Delhi on charges of intimidating and robbing people using monkeys. Police gave this information on Friday. In this case, he said that accused Balwan Nath (26) and Vikram Nath (23) were waiting for someone near the Chirag Delhi bus stand on Thursday when the police team caught them. Police said that the two monkeys were handed over to the wildlife center.

According to police, criminals living near Okhla Bend in the city along with their third accomplice Ajay used monkeys to scare people and rob their precious belongings. Efforts are on to nab Ajay who has just fled.

The accused had caught the monkeys from the forest of Tughlakabad forest about three months ago. According to police, the case came on March 2 when an advocate living in window extension complained that three men accompanying the monkeys and forcibly robbed Rs 6,000. It is heard that Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Atul Kumar Thakur said that a case under Sections 392 and 34 of The Indian Penal Code has been registered against the accused at Malviya Nagar police station. In addition, sections of the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 have also been added against them.

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