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Ambala man's arrest in arms case helps crack robbery


AMBALA: The Naraingarh crime investigation agency (CIA) has arrested Rakesh Kumar of Rajputana Mohalla, Shahzadpur, right here on Saturday after recovering a country-made .315 bore musket gun and reside spherical from his ownership on Shahzadpur-Saha street.


Rakesh now has 4 cases registered towards him - two beneath the NDPS Act and one each of auto theft and robbery.


The Ambala police have registered a case towards Rakesh beneath sections 25-54-59 of the Arms Act on the Shahzadpur police station. On Sunday, the accused was introduced prior to a court docket which despatched him to judicial custody in the palms restoration case.


Naraingarh CIA in-charge inspector Kewal Singh said, "During interrogation, Rakesh said he along with his two accomplices, Harish Rana and Mukesh Kumar, had robbed a tea stall owner at knifepoint in the Shahzadpur area. Following this, Harish and Mukesh were also arrested on Sunday night."


On April 12, on the complaint of Ram Lal, the district police had booked the 3 accused beneath Section 392 (punishment for robbery) of the IPC when they robbed Ram Lal of Rs 10,000 at knifepoint close to his tea stall in Shahzadpur.


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