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Mangaluru: Police personnel attached to the city crime branch (CCB) here have succeeded in arresting two notorious chain snatchers who were involved with chain snatching incidents which happened within the limits of Moodbidri police station and Adoor in Kasargod district.

The CCB police were putting together information about people involved with chain snatching incidents and two-wheelers within the city limits when they got information that two young men involved with chain snatching were moving towards the city from Moodbidri in a two-wheeler without registration number plate. The CCB police immediately chased the said vehicle and succeeded in arresting main accused, K Nooman (23), son of Basheer, residing near Kuntalgudde railway tracks at Kannur villlage near here, and Samsheer (21), son of Tamjee, residing near Kuntalgudde railway tracks in Kannur village.

A golden chain the duo had yanked off from the neck of Anupama S Hegde on February 15 morning this year from Prantya within Moodbidri police station limits in the guise of seeking directions, and another gold chain which was pulled away from the neck of a lady who was walking by the roadside on February 17 at Kuntaru within Adoor police station limits in Kasargod district, were recovered from the accused.

Nooman already faces two cases of chains snatching each in Bantwal rural, Bantwal town, and Mangaluru rural police stations. He also faces a case each in the city (east) and Barke police stations relating to chain snatching. In the above cases, he had secured bail about two weeks back. Two golden chains, two cellphones, and a Honda Dio two-wheeler were taken into custody from the accused.

The police learnt that the accused always used two-wheelers without any registration plates at the time of committing thefts. The total value of items now seized from the accused has been estimated at Rs 1,10,900.

The operation was conducted by CCB inspector, Shantharam, police sub-inspectors, Shyam Sundar and Kabbalraj and other staff, who functioned under the guidance of deputy police commissioners, Hanumantharaya and Uma Prashanth, and city police commissioner, T R Suresh.



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Mangaluru, Dec 28: A minor girl on Monday December 28 filed a complaint in Kavoor police station alleging that she was gang-raped by five youths.

According to the complaint, the 16-year-old girl was gang-raped by Prashant Shetty, a resident of Kunjathbail, and his friends Salman, Naufal, a minor and another man who she did not recognize.

Police have arrested all the five accused and investigation is on. 

The girl stated in her complaint that the main accused, Prashant, who was her neighbour, used to harass her from a long time, and when she resisted, he promised to marry her. He then physically exploited her and pressurised her to have sex with his friends too, and threatened her of dire consequences if she disobeyed, she alleged.

As per the complaint, on Sunday December 27, Salman called the girl using Prashant's phone and asked her to come to Panjimogaru bus stop, saying that he had some important matter to discuss with her. When the girl went to the spot, the minor boy came by bike and picked her up, and took her to a house in Panjimogaru. The minor told her to enter the house, and when she did, she saw Prashant, Salman, Naufal and another unknown man sitting inside. When she asked whose house it was, Prashant said it was Salman's, states the complaint.

The girl alleged that she was given a glass of juice and taken inside a room, where the five took turns to rape her. "When I resisted, they tortured me," she alleged.

She was then dropped off at a bus stop near a college by the minor. A few passersby who saw her looking exhausted and ill took her home, she said.

She also claimed that in a similar case to hers, another girl in Thokkottu is in the clutches of one Surendra and Chandrakala and needs to be rescued.

Mangaluru Mahila Shakti accompanied the girl and provided counselling.

Based on the girl's complaint, the Kavoor police have registered a case under POCSO Act and IPC Section 376 D.

Kavoor police made the arrests within hours of the complaint. The arrests were made under the guidance of M N Nataraj with the participation of PSI Umesh and other police personnel.



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