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Belarus woman's camera snatched at Humayun's Tomb, recovered

Belarus womans camera snatched at Humayuns Tomb, recovered
New Delhi: Days after the phone of Ukraine Ambassdor to India was snatched at Red Fort while he was clicking photos, another snatching incident occurred in Delhi where a woman tourist from Belarus was targeted.
The woman was taking photographs of Humayun Tomb in Nizamuddin area on October 3 when she suddenly saw a man approaching her.
Before she could realise anything, two men in their twenties snatched the camera from her hand and fled. They scaled the tall boundary walls of the monument withing seconds and vanished.
The Belarus tourist informed her husband who was waiting for her outside the monument in a car about the snatching. Both then went to the nearby Nizamuddin police station and lodged a complain.
Since the matter was related to a foreign national, the Delhi Police soon formed teams and soon, the cops got their first clue when some local informers told police that they have seen one Abdul Samad, a bad character of the area, running away with the camera. The information was developed soon and the cops arrested both the accused Abdul Samad and Salman from Nizamuddin. Samad has atleast six cases registered against him in the area.
"We have recovered the camera of the woman and handed it to her. The woman is a professional photographer and provides services to the Belarus events in her country," said DCP Romil Baaniya, DCP South East.
The woman visited India for some business work along with her husband who works in a Multi National Company.
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