Shoddy Pickpockets Buy Swanky Car To Run Business

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Gujarat: Pickpockets Buy Swanky Car To Run Business; Police Bust Their Criss-Cross

| Updated: August 31, 2022 20:24

In a dramatic Bollywood style, two husband-wife Gujarati couples, reported as pickpockets in real life, were arrested after surviving in the business of robbing for over 12 years.

After raising a confession over their involvement in around 339 offences of pickpocketing in many cities and towns in the last 12 years across Gujarat, Somnath police of Gir-Somnath district of Gujarat arrested Sanjay Thakore and his wife Geeta (couple 1) – Naresh Bhabhor and his wife Rekha (couple 2), and registered a case of theft against them.

Revealing and shocking details emerged during the course of investigation. The couple confessed that in order to avoid suspicion, they used to wander in expensive cars with their wives along to line their pockets.

According to the sources, Sanjay, who hails from Katwara village of Dahod, and Naresh from the neighboring village of Kharaj spent their childhood together in Bheru, a remote area in Gujarat state.

As the couple narrated, during the celebration of an Indian festival, Naresh met Rekha, who was a little years older than him, fell in love and eventually got married with Sanjay’s help.

In the meantime, Sanjay also found a partner named Geeta, who was completely unaware of his profession of pickpocketing.

Over the years, as the business grew, both of them involved their wives into their business.

However, the wives were initially reluctant to confess, but finally agreed. Their clever technique of using expensive vehicles became so effective that for nearly 12 years, despite picking people’s pockets, none of the four were caught.

A woman named Nikita Kodiyatar lost INR 5,000 from her purse and an iphone while trying to board a crowded bus for Mangrol in Kathiawar region in Gujarat.

The same day, another woman, Usha Kanabar had also lodged a complaint of her stolen money amounting INR 11,000 from her purse in Somnath, Veraval, Gujarat.

Police were on lookout after receiving two complaints raised by the locals.

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