There are a lot of times when we can’t help but wonder how thieves and robbers come up with amazingly creative ideas to ply their trade. And another incident that has left us surprised is a gang in Greater Noida claiming that its members rob train passengers with the help of two-rupee coins.
Two members of the gang revealed that they use two-rupee coins to jam the joints on railways tracks. This leads to the signal turning red, due to which the train is forced to stop. That is when the gang gets into the train and robs its passengers at gunpoint.
The process came to light when police arrested Rajan Kumar and Dinesh Kumar, both residents of Jahangirabad in Bulandshahr, who are suspected to be a part of a four-member gang that is known to rob passengers in the rural areas of Greater Noida, Dadri and Bulandshahr. The police have been looking for the suspects for a while now and zeroed in on the gang when Rajan was caught on CCTV camera jamming the joints on the railway tracks, reported the Times of India. Read More…
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