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Gurugram: 2 criminals held with stolen SUV, illegal arms


GURUGRAM: Two criminals from Chauma village had been arrested on Sunday and two country-made pistols, 12 spherical bullets, and a Maruti Breeza, which had been stolen from UP, had been recovered from them. Ravinder alias Rabbu (19) and Umesh alias Kale (19) — residents of Dhankot — had been known for snatching automobiles at gun point and extorting money from investors.
On Sunday, inspector Manoj Verma, the in-charge of Crime Investigation Agency (CIA), Palam Vihar, and his workforce swung into action once they received details about the the 2 criminals. The duo had been reported to be wearing unlawful arms. “We arrested them from Ram Mandir Chowk in Chouma village,” mentioned Verma.

ACP (crime) Shamsher Singh mentioned both had been individuals of “Vicky gang” from Palwal. The gang was energetic in Faridabad, UP, Palwal and Gurugram. “In the past two years, they had been enthusiastic about 10 looting, vehicle lifting, extortion and attempt to murder cases in those towns,” mentioned Singh.


During the interrogation, the duo admitted involvement in those cases. Around 4 cases, together with an attempt to murder case, are registered in opposition to them in the city.


According to police, they joined “Vicky gang” two years in the past and dedicated their first crime by means of attacking a youth of their village in 2017 over non-public enmity. They had opened fire to kill him but the youth survived they usually had been booked for attempt to murder. Later in 2018, they opened fire at a cardboard manufacturing unit in Palwal to extort Rs 50 lakh.


Palwal police had arrested Vicky a couple of months in the past and because then, Ravinder and Umesh had been hopping towns to evade arrest. They had changed the numberplate of the stolen SUV and used it to execute crimes.




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