Police solves burglary case

PULWAMA: Police on Thursday cracked the mobile phone theft case in Pulwama district of south Kashmir.
The police said it recovered the phones, worth lakhs of rupees, stolen from a shop.
According to police, a case had been registered in police station Pulwama about the theft in Friends Mobile Care shop at Rajpora chowk on the intervening night.
The burglaries had decamped mobile phones and a Laptop.
A police team investigated the case and apprehended Abrar Ahmad Yatoo, son of Ghulam Nabi Yatoo, resident of Sonachoke Rajpora, and Zeeshan Farooq Chat, son of Farooq Ahmad, resident of Chatpora Pulwama. The stolen goods were recovered from them. The investigation of the case is on and further recoveries are expected, police said.

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