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Six of Musa gang held for robbing man of Rs 17 lakh

New Delhi: Special Staff of east Delhi police cracked a robbery case of Rs 17 lakh by arresting six men of Musa Gang from Kirari Suleman Nagar. The accused had robbed two brothers who were on the way to deposit the money in the bank.
According to police the accused were identified as Sanjeet (28), Dinesh (28), Gulshan (22), Sandeep Ojha (24), Rajeev Mishra (20) and Navjeet Chaudhary (23).
On October 3, complainant Sonu Kumar reported that while he along with his brother were going from their shop in Mahalaxmi Garden Khora Colony Ghaziabad to deposit their amount of Rs 17 lakh to the bank.
"When they reached near Kerala School Mayur Vihar Phase-III, suddenly a motorcycle hit them. On this, their bike got disbalanced and they fell down on the road. Another bike also reached the spot to join the persons on the bike and five of them forcefully robbed their bags at gunpoint and using daggers and knife," police said.
Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) R.Sathiyasundaram stated that during the course of the investigation, the team had developed various information regarding gangs of similar modus operandi. Technical surveillance was also mounted on suspects and on Saturday police team got an information that the gang members are residing in Indra Enclave in Kirari Suleman Nagar.
Immediately, raid was conducted by the special staff and six accused persons were apprehended from that area.
"During sustained interrogation, all of them have confessed their involvement in this robbery," said R.Sathiyasundaram.
Police have recovered Rs 10 lakh cash of robbed amount, bank deposit receipts of Rs 1.67 lakh from Dinesh and Sanjeet. Other items like mobile phones, motorcycles, countrymade pistols, sharp weapons and one bag was also found by the police team.
Police claimed that from the robbed money the accused purchased protein supplement of worth Rs 28,000 for bodybuilding and one Tata Safari second hand with new music system installed from the robbed amount for crimes by accused Rajiv Mishra.
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