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Five miscreants in car arrested for stealing jewelry on the national road in Ludhiana

The victim said he and his mother were on their way to Ludhiana from Delhi when they were stopped by the disbelievers around 4 p.m. on the trunk road near Gurdwara Atarsar Sahib.

Police have registered a case against unidentified miscreants being transported by car after snatching jewelry from a commuter and his mother on Tuesday evening on the trunk road near Gurdwara Sri Atarsar Sahib.

The complainant, Sunil Kumar, 26, from Mahadev Nagar, said he and his mother Laxmi were on their way to Ludhiana from Delhi when they were stopped by the disbelievers driving around 4 p.m. near Gurdwara Atarsar Sahib.

He added that five men vandalized his car with sharp weapons and snatched his mother’s mangalsutra and gold earrings and car keys. He raised the alarm after the incident, but the accused fled.

Sub-Inspector Jasbir Kaur, the investigator, said a case under Sections 379-B (kidnapping) and 427 (mischief causing damage in the amount of fifty rupees) of the Indian Penal Code has been filed against the accused at Sahnewal Police Station. Police are scanning CCTV footage to find the accused.

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