New Delhi: A businessman was robbed of his belongings when he got down his car to relieve himself. The incident took place on Tuesday at 11:45 PM. The robbers held the man at the gun-point and asked him to hand over the belongings to them.
When the robbers, seated on a bike fled away, the man began to chase them down in his car. The victim also alerted the cops on bike patrol. The man intercepted the robbers near Moolchand hospital, and waited till the cops came, Times of India reported.
Later, the cop arrested the criminals. All the belongings of the man were recovered. The robbers have been identified as residents of Madangir in South Delhi, and charged under the Arms Act.
In another incident, on October 16, four men were arrested and two juveniles apprehended for allegedly robbing a person of Rs 11.94 lakh in northwest Delhi, police said. The arrested accused were identified as Ravi, Santosh, Umesh and Samu, they said, adding that two other accused were juveniles.
One Alok Singh, an employee of a factory in Ashok Vihar, informed police that he was robbed on his way to the facility. He said he was robbed off Rs 11.94 lakh that he was carrying for payment of salary to the employees, police said. “At around 7.15 pm, three persons came on a scooter and intercepted him. They started thrashing him and later robbed him of the cash,” said Aslam Khan, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northwest).