Bike-borne miscreants yank off 100 gm gold chain

Bike-borne miscreants yank off 100 gm gold chain

June 15, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Bike-borne miscreants snatched the 100 grams gold chain of a woman near the Railway Under-bridge close to Medar Block yesterday afternoon.

The woman, who lost her gold chain is Saritha Kavale, a resident of Yadavagiri. Saritha, who had been to her relative’s house at Bannimantap, was on her way back home on her scooter, when two bike-borne miscreants, wearing helmet and mask, who were following her, yanked off her gold chain and sped away.

V.V. Puram Police have registered a case.


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