Lost your mobile phone?

Lost your mobile phone?

December 19, 2019

Produce documents to Railway Cops, take the phone

Mysuru: The Mysuru Railway Police, who have recovered eight mobile phones in various phone theft cases, have asked those whose mobile phones were stolen, to produce relevant documents and take their phones. 

The Railway Police, who investigated a case (112/2019) lodged at Mysuru Railway Police Station, arrested one Ravi on Dec.10 and based on the information provided by the accused, the Railway Police had recovered eight mobile phones stolen by him.

As the owners of these recovered mobile phones were not traced, the Railway Police have requested those who have lost their phones to produce documents and get back their phones by visiting the Mysuru Railway Police Station.


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