Delhi: Man used to steal during Vip’s condolence gatherings, arrested by Delhi police

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Tughlaq Road police station in New Delhi district has arrested a thief who stole mobile phones, expensive items and bags from VIP condolence gatherings. The accused George alias Pinky (32) has been stealing since childhood. Has carried out more than 200 incidents to date. With the stolen money, he built a brothel worth millions of dollars in Chhatarpur. However, only four cases against the suspect have been discovered so far. He has also worked as a lawyer. The suspect said that he read messages of condolence meetings in Google and newspapers.

According to New Delhi District Police officials, a condolence meeting was held in New Delhi on December 18 on January 30 for the father of a senior IAS officer. Accused George went to the condolence meeting. Five cell phones and other items were stolen there. In this case, the four victims did not report the incident to the police. An aggrieved minister had lodged a complaint with Tughlaq Road Police Station.

After registering a case of theft, ASI Indrasingh’s team and others launched an investigation under the supervision of police station president Yogeshwar Singh. The team arrested George from Chhatarpur on Wednesday after several days of investigation. A recording was found from the possession of the suspect. In this he talks to his lawyer that he stole the mobile phones of Union ministers and judges.

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