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Chandigarh police busts gang

The Chandigarh police claimed to have recovered 52 stolen mobile sets and 78 mobile batteries. The value of the stolen goods has been pegged at around 15 lakh rupees.

Talking to the Media, DSP south B.S. Negi said the police arrested five persons and recovered a stolen truck and mobiles from Nagaland.  Gang member Sunil Kumar used to get the job of driver with a transport company.

He would flee with vehicles and goods after a few days. Sunil kumar, Rajesh and Narinder kumar were remanded in police custody while two others were remanded in judicial custody.

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