Punjab: Fatehgarh Sahib police clear up theft case of Rs 8.9 lakh, arrest three accused


The Fatehgarh Sahib police solved the theft case of Rs 8.9 lakh and arrested three individuals. The theft had occurred on June 27.
These arrested have been recognized as Jagmel Singh, 30, of Akot village, Bikramjeet Singh, 26, of Asmanpur village and Amreek Singh, 28, of Behal village in Patiala district. The police have additionally seized Rs 8.20 lakh in money, a .32 bore revolver, eight dwell
cartridges and bike used within the crime.

The Deputy Inspector Basic of Police (Rupnagar Vary), Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, stated that three unidentified individuals had looted Rs 8.9 lakh from a scrap seller, Parminder Singh of Sarhind, after throwing chilli powder in his eyes and opening fireplace at his abdomen when the sufferer resisted.

A case was registered beneath sections 307 (try to homicide), 397 (theft or dacoity by lethal weapons), 34 (acts completed by a number of individuals in furtherance of frequent intention) of the IPC and sections 25, 27, 54 and 59 of the Arms Act on Parminder’s assertion at Mandi Gobindgarh police station.

Bhullar stated a group of Anti-Narcotics Cell-cum-Particular Operation Cell led by Sub-inspector Harminder Singh beneath the supervision of Fatehgarh Sahib SSP Dr Ravjot Kaur Grewal was constituted to crack the theft.

He stated that one of many accused, Amreek Singh, had data in regards to the money dealings of the scrap sellers. Jagmel Singh was a two-wheeler mechanic and Bikramjeet was a labourer.

The DIG (Rupnagar Vary) appreciated the police officers for his or her onerous work in busting the theft case.

SSP Grewal stated that the arrested accused have been produced in native courts and remanded in three-day police custody to quiz them additional about different crimes and accomplices if any.

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