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  • Three people crushed to death in Kaushambi
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Auto rickshaw gang busted in Punjab, stolen ATM cards recovered

Jalandhar, Feb 17 (UNI) District rural police on Sunday claimed to have nabbed five members of auto rickshaw gang involved in looting cash and ATM cards later used to withdraw money from bank ATMs.
The accused were identified as Tarlochan Singh aka Goldi, Harjit Singh aka Baboo, Ankush aka Rinku, Harjinder Singh aka Bacha and Kuldeep Singh aka Pala.

SSP Rural Navjot Singh Mahal said that the police received information that some auto rickshaw drivers had been involved in looting passengers of their cash and other valuables including ATM cards of different banks. The modes operand I they used by them astonished the police also.
They used fake registration number plates on their vehicles and lift passengers of which some of them are the gang members. They pounced upon the lone passenger and used to rob him of his cash and other valuables.
Most of the victims are said to be the persons who were picked near from the bank ATMs to ensure that they would have been holding ATM cards.
He said that eight ATM cards of different banks have been recovered from their possession. He did not rule out the possibility of withdrawing lacs of rupees using stolen or looted ATM cards.
More revelations about thefts and snatchings are expected during interrogation of the accused, SSP added.
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