Robber’s Gang Active in 10 Districts of Gujarat Finally Busted

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Robber’s Gang Active in 10 Districts of Gujarat Finally Busted 

| Updated: July 31, 2022 12:47

In one of the largest detections in crime, the local crime branch of Panchmahal police has caught a gang from Madhya Pradesh, which was involved in a series of robberies, house break ins, vehicle thefts and other offences. The caught gang has been a part of crimes in 10 districts of the state.

The finding was made after the Local Crime Branch detectives got information regarding three people-Mukesh Alavba, Magarsing Ajnar and Pyarsing alias Premsing Alava. Information was provided that a truck was coming to Panchmahal. Police stopped the truck and caught the suspects for questioning as a lot of valuables, including gold and silver jewellery, silverware, a laptop, two mobile phones and cash was found on them. The total amount along with the truck came to Rs 4.6 lakh and was seized.

After investigation, it was known that the accused members were of a gang from Kakadva village in Kukshi taluka of Dhar district in MP. The gang members confessed to 32 offences of robbery, burglary, vehicle theft and others in 10 districts of Gujarat. The areas in which they committed crimes include police precincts of Ahmedabad city, Ahmedabad rural, Panchmahal, Gandhinagar, Kheda, Kutch, Bharuch, Rajkot, Bhavnagar, Morbi and Surendranagar districts.

Police said that apparently the total booty of the goods/ money stolen came to over Rs one crore. The gang members traveled to Gujarat on state transport or private buses and used to target houses in residential areas on the outskirts of the cities or villages.
The pattern of the members was such that they used to conduct burglary in multiple houses at the same time and then exit the area. Then, they used to steal motorcycles, or cars from nearby areas as getaway vehicles. These were the only one time use vehicles as the gang used to then desert the vehicles near bus stops, only to board the buses to go back home.

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