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Medical college girls catch thief in Dharmapuri hostel

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | SANJEEVI ANANDAN
Published Aug 7, 2018, 3:28 am IST
Updated Aug 7, 2018, 3:29 am IST
Other girls caught the thief who entered the room of another girl to rob valuables including a cell phone and laptops.
The nabbed thief was handed over to policemen on duty at the DGMCH outpost. He gave his name as Madesh, 25, a habitual offender and native of Jogir Kottai village, near Jittandahalli in Dharmapuri.
 The nabbed thief was handed over to policemen on duty at the DGMCH outpost. He gave his name as Madesh, 25, a habitual offender and native of Jogir Kottai village, near Jittandahalli in Dharmapuri.

Dharmapuri: One person was caught by hostel girls for a robbery bid here and handed over to the police while his associates escaped. In the early hours of Monday, one girl staying on the fourth floor of the hostel premises of students studying in the Dharmapuri government medical college and hospital (DGMCH), spotted a few strangers loitering in the verandah and raised an alarm. Other girls caught the thief who entered the room of another girl to rob valuables including a cell phone and laptops. His associates escaped leaving their man to his fate.

The nabbed thief was handed over to policemen on duty at the DGMCH outpost. He gave his name as Madesh, 25, a habitual offender and native of Jogir Kottai village, near Jittandahalli in Dharmapuri. Madesh told police that the gang consisting of three others from Coimbatore, entered hostel buildings by climbing the walls in the rear of the property. They would then rob whatever they could from rooms left unlocked.

 

In yet another incident, Indoor police of Dharmapuri arrested a 55-year-old shepherd of Kattukottai near Somanahalli in Dharmapuri. He was arrested for assaulting his 44-year-old wife Parvathi, as she did not give him money to drink alcohol. He attacked her with a machete. Neighbours took Parvathi to the government hospital and she is said to be out of danger. 

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