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Two held for robbing naval officer's son and daughter

NEW DELHI: With the arrest of two persons, Delhi Police have solved a robbery of a Naval officer's son at Amar Colony. On December 17 at around 1:30 am, complainant, aged 19 years, who is a Naval Commander's son, along with his cousin sister was returning to their residence at East of Kailash, after attending a function held at Varuna Naval officers mess. The father of complainant is presently posted at Vizag while the complainant and his cousin sister are pursuing undergraduate professional course in Delhi.
"They left their cab near Sapna park at East of Kailash and took a short cut through the park. Inside the park, two men stopped and pushed them and robbed them of their mobile phones– one from the complainant and one from his cousin sister– and fled. The complainant came out of the park shaken and saw a patrolling Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) of Amar Colony police station nearby," police said.
"Upon being informed, the staff of ERV comprising ASI Ashok and Head Constable Mahender immediately rushed to Sapna park and caught one of the fleeing robbers namely Mohan on the spot by chasing him and recovered one robbed mobile phone from him. The second one Sumit was arrested from his house," police said.
"Accused Mohan disclosed that he works as cook in a bungalow at Defence Colony. He also works as a cook in parties and functions," said Chinmoy Biswal, DCP South East.
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