CHENNAI: Cell smartphone snatchers are once again on the prowl. Three people lost their cell phones on Monday night. In Nungambakkam, a journalist running with an information channel lost his mobile smartphone on Monday night to snatching. The sufferer, J Senathipathi, 23, of Vadapalani, turned into talking over his cell telephone. He changed into standing outdoor in his workplace. Two guys on a motorcycle who were passing by using snatched his cellular cellphone and escaped from the scene. Though he attempted to capture them, they vanished in the darkish. Based on his complaint, the Nungambakkam police registered a case, and a hunt was launched. In every other incident in Nungambakkam, a cellular phone turned into snatched from a person who turned into strolling to his room. The victim, Narayana Pramod, forty-seven, of Nungambakkam, was messaging on his cell cellphone when the thieves snatched his cellular phone. He instructed police that the snatchers had been carrying helmets. Police have accumulated the CCTV photos.
In a similar incident, Raja of Vyasarpadi was also robbed of his cell telephone using unidentified guys.
Most of the cellular phone snatchers who were caught utilizing the police stated they targeted people occupied on their cell phones. They might goal individuals who have interaction in speaking on the cell phones while taking walks on streets.
At times, snatchers might divert their interest by tapping on their shoulders, clutching their phones, and breaking out. In a maximum of the instances, cellphone snatchers belonged to the equal locality where the crime became dedicated, said a police officer. “Unemployed youths from the slums, who need to make some brief cash, bask in such sports,” said the officer.
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