Chain-Snatching: Gutsy woman retains part of her chain

Chain-Snatching: Gutsy woman retains part of her chain

January 20, 2018

Mysuru: In a reported incident, a woman fought with two chain-snatchers and succeed in retaining a part of her Mangal Sutra after she was targeted near her house in V.V. Puram Police Station limits yesterday.

Renuka, a resident of Gokulam First Stage, was crossing the road in front of her house at about 3.30 pm, when two motorcycle-borne youths stopped her under the pretext of asking an address. No sooner Renuka turned towards them, one among the riders attempted to yank off her chain.

Renuka, who held on to her chain, raised an alarm. However, the bike-borne miscreants made away with a part of the chain weighing 12 grams against the total of 29 grams.

V.V. Puram Police, who have registered a case in this regard, are investigating.


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