Man Arrested for Killing, Robbing
Aircel-Maxis Case

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) A 33-year-old man was arrested for allegedly killing and robbing a person in Madhu Vihar area, police said Friday.

The accused, identified as Vikas Bharti, resident of New Seelampur, they said.

On Wednesday, information was received that Bharti, wanted in cases of robbery and killing a person in Madhu Vihar, would come at Gautampuri area, police said.

A trap was laid and Bharti was arrested, they said.

During interrogation, he confessed to to robbing Rs 11 lakh at gun point from a man.

Three motorcycles and one scooter were recovered from his possession, police said. PTI NIT **************

Man arrested for robbing two ATMs

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) A 32-year-old man was arrested from R K Puram area for allegedly robbing two ATMs in Rajasthan, police said Friday.

The accused, identified as Pappy, has three brothers and all are actively involved in bootlegging and auto theft, they added.

On April 20, two SBI ATMs were robbed in Udaipur, Rajasthan. The robbers used gas cutters and looted Rs 24 lakhs, police said.

On interrogation, Pappy confessed his crime. More than six robbers were involved in robberies. Nine motorcycles and two iron nails were recovered from his possession, police added. PTI NIT ************ Two arrested for stealing motorcycles

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) Two men were arrested for allegedly stealing motorcycles in Delhi's Southeast district, police said Friday.

The accused identified as Rahul (20), resident of Khanpur village and Subham Sharma (20), resident of Okhla Phase-I, they said.

On Wednesday, after receiving information, police laid a trap near ESI Hospital, Okhla and apprehended two persons, police said.

Five motorcycles and one auto rickshaw were recovered from their possession, police added. PTI NIT **************

Two arrested for robbing

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI)

Two men were arrested for allegedly robbing people in west Delhi, police said Friday.

The accused were identified as Sukhpreet (32), resident of Uttam Nagar and Manish (30), resident of Nilothi Extension, they added.

On Thursday at around 8.20 pm, both the accused were arrested from Sector-3, Dwarka.

Sukhpreet is the kingpin of the gang. He along with five of his associates had allegedly killed a bookie in connection with a monetary dispute in Nihal Vihar in 2014, police said.

He was arrested in the case in July, 2014 and remained behind bars till he was released on bail in November last year, they said.

One motorcycle and two daggers were seized from their possession, police said. PTI NIT **************

Man

arrested for selling ganja

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI)

A 22-year-old man was arrested for allegedly selling ganja from Outer Delhi's Mundka area, police said Friday.

The accused was identified as Monu, resident of Kirari Suleman Nagar, they said.

On Tuesday, at around 7.10 pm, police arrested a man who was carrying a plastic bag and was going towards Aman Vihar from Nangloi side, police said.

During interrogation, Monu said that he works for one Sonu, resident of Peera Garhi Relief Camp. On search, 3.9 kg of ganja was recovered from his possession, police added. PTI NIT **********

Three arrested for stealing two-wheelers

New Delhi, Oct 26 (PTI) Three men were arrested for allegedly stealing and selling two-wheelers in Delhi's Dwarka and west district, police said Friday.

The accused were identified as Dharmender (24), Istiyak Aalam (21), and Vinod Kumar (24), they all are residents of Hastsal Road, Uttam Nagar, they said.

In the last few months, police reported incidents of thefts at Dwarka metro station's parking at Sector–12, 13 and 14.

On Thursday at around 6:10 pm, Dharmender and Aalam were arrested from Dwarka's sector–13 area, police said.

During interrogation, they said that they used sell the stolen motorcycles to their associate Vinod Kumar.

Kumar was also arrested and six motorcycles along with four master keys were recovered from them, police added.

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