Woman’s gold chain snatched in city

Woman’s gold chain snatched in city

December 30, 2018

Mysuru: A miscreant has snatched a gold chain of a woman, who was returning home from a temple at Ramakrishnanagar here on Thursday night.

The woman, who lost her gold chain is Kempamma, a resident of Ramakrishnanagar E&F Block.

On Thursday night at about 10.15 pm, Kempamma was returning from Ganapathi Temple located on the 4th Cross in KEB Quarters, when the miscreant aged about 25 years, who was walking behind Kempamma, snatched her 60 grams gold chain and fled from the spot.

Kuvempunagar Police, who have registered a case based on the complaint, are investigating.


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