Woman robbed of chain

Woman robbed of chain

April 20, 2019

Mysuru: The spate of chain-snatching incidents continued in city, with a woman being robbed of her chain by miscreants at Yadavagiri in broad daylight in the latest incident that took place yesterday.

Bhagya, a resident of V.V. Mohalla was returning home along with two friends after taking part in a puja at the Mahila Sangha located on Yadavagiri First Main last evening, when two bike-borne miscreants managed to yank off her 40-gm gold chain in front of Sunanda School near Akashavani Circle and fled in a flash.

Although Bhagya cried for help, the miscreants sped away before anyone could come to her help. V.V. Puram Police have registered a case in this regard.


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