‘Police Mitra’ Farhan helps cops catch juvenile robbers

‘Police Mitra’ Farhan helps cops catch juvenile robbers
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NEW DELHI: Three alleged juvenile robbers have been arrested after a ‘Police Mitra’ Farhan helps cops caught one of them on July 18, said a Times Of India report on Thursday.

According to the report, the attack took place at around 10:30 pm on Zakhira flyover when a 35-year-old Vijay was on his way to his relative’s house in central Delhi’s Anand Parbat.

The three juveniles not only fled with his mobile phone, gold chain and a cash of Rs 1500 but also stab him for resisting.

A case under section of 392, 394, 506 and and 34 of Indian Panel Code was booked and a police team led by ACP Aptil Nagar, Rohit Rajbir Singh was formed to crack the case.

As the probe is on, 26-year-old Farhan assisted the police in their investigations by informing about the boy in the locality he was suspicions of their behaviour which help the cops to apprehend one of them.

During interrogation, the apprehended accused, a minor confessed to the crime and also revealed names of his accomplices.

Based on the information, the other two accused was also got arrested.

‘Police Mitra’ are the civilian volunteers who assist police in handling local matters like crime prevention, maintaining communal harmony in the area, etc.