The police have recovered three mobiles, two motorbikes and one tempo worth Rs 5.83 lakh from the man, identified as Sarfaraz Ajmal Khan, said Assistant Commissioner of Police Bhiwandi Kishore Khairnar
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The police in Maharashtra's Thane district have solved four cases with the arrest of a 28-year-old man who allegedly stole vehicles and robbed people on streets, an official said on Tuesday.
The police have recovered three mobiles, two motorbikes and one tempo worth Rs 5.83 lakh from the man, identified as Sarfaraz Ajmal Khan, said Assistant Commissioner of Police Bhiwandi Kishore Khairnar.
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The official said they arrested Khan, a resident of Narpoli in Bhiwandi, after stepping up vigilance following an increase in theft cases in the area. The police are trying to find out if he is involved in any other crimes.
Meanwhile, a 45-year-old man from Boisar town in Palghar district of Maharashtra allegedly killed his 40-year-old wife by slitting her throat on a street and also attempted suicide, police said.
Prima facie, the man suspected his wife's fidelity and attacked her with a sharp weapon. He also slashed himself.
Police personnel who rushed to the spot at around 12:30 pm found the man lying injured near the body of his wife and their two children crying.
The woman died on the spot. The injured man was rushed to a hospital, a police official said.
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