Thane crime: The Government Railway Police (GRP) have arrested two persons for allegedly throwing stones at a CSMT-bound AC local train
Thane crime: The Government Railway Police (GRP) have arrested two persons for allegedly throwing stones at a CSMT-bound AC local train in Maharashtra's Thane district which left a woman commuter injured on Thursday, an official said, the PTI reported.
Accoring to the PTI, a GRP official said that the Mumbai AC suburban train was on its way from Titwala to CSMT in Mumbai when stones were pelted at it between Thakurli and Dombivali during the morning peak hours.
The stones damaged a window and injured a 28-year-old woman on the train, he said.
The GRP went through the footage of CCTV cameras installed on railway premises in the area and nabbed two persons, he said, adding that a probe is underway.
In an another incident, the Navi Mumbai Police have arrested four persons from Navi Mumbai and seized 29 stolen mobile phones from their possession, an official said on Thursday, the PTI reported.
With these arrests, the police have detected 17 offences of mobile phone thefts registered in Panvel taluka, Kamothe, Taloja, Panvel town, Khandeshwar, Kalamboli, Kharghar and CBD police station areas in Navi Mumbai, senior police inspector Umesh Gavli said.
After analysing CCTV footage and based on intelligence and technical inputs, the police on Wednesday arrested the four persons, all habitual offenders in the age group of 19 to 24 and hailing from Jalna, Hingoli, Yavatmal and Satara, he said.
The accused were working as masons in Navi Mumbai, the official said.
The police have seized 29 stolen mobiles and a motorbike collectively worth Rs 5.02 lakh from the accused, he added.
Meanwhile, the Mumbai police arrested three persons for allegedly stealing mobile phones onboard crowded BEST buses and recovered 32 stolen devices, an official said on Tuesday, reported news agency PTI.
The accused allegedly targeted commuters travelling in crowded buses at different locations, he said, reported PTI.
The trio have been arrested under sections 379 (theft) and 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property) of the Indian Penal Code, the official said.
The police first apprehended two suspects initially, who revealed that they sold stolen phones to Nadir who resold them in the market at cheaper rates,
(with PTI inputs)