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Cycle borne miscreant snatches gold chain from Madurai's 65-yr-old woman

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Cycle borne miscreant snatches gold chain from Madurai's 65-yr-old woman

Cycle borne miscreant snatches gold chain from Madurai's 65-yr-old woman

A cycle borne miscreant snatched gold chain from a 65-year-old woman Uma in Tamil Nadu's Madurai.

The incident took place in broad daylight on August 02 in the East Veli Street area of Madurai.

The robbery was caught in a CCTV camera.

Uma has lodged a complaint at the Southgate Police Station in Madurai.

Police are investigating the robbery case based on her complaint.


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