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COIMBATORE: A 28-year-old woman was robbed of her gold chain weighing four sovereigns by two persons on Tuesday.
Police said the woman, A. Vergin Flora of Kovaipudur, was walking along the road when motorcycle-borne youth snatched her gold chain and sped away. Kuniamuthur police have registered a case and are investigating.
Police are on look out for four persons who allegedly cheated a person to the tune of Rs. 4.68 lakh.
R.S. Puram police said C. Mahendran (29) of Venkittapuram was running an advertising designing business at Subramaniam Street in R.S. Puram.
Sujith, Suresh, Yuvaraj and Zaheer Hussain, who were running an advertising agency, had placed an order with Mahendran.
They promised him that payment will be made once the advertising materials are delivered. But after the goods were delivered, they refused to pay him citing loss in business. Based on a complaint, police registered a case and are investigating.
Karumathampatty police are on lookout for a person who allegedly kidnapped a 12-year-old girl on Tuesday.
In his complaint K. Palanisamy (50) of Kaduvettipalayam said that his daughter was working at Vettaikaranpatti.
He said that his brother-in-law M. Ayyanar had allegedly kidnapped his daughter.
Lottery tickets seized
Big Bazaar police seized 75 lottery tickets and arrested S. Ganesan (45) of Selvapuram at Perur Bypass Road on Tuesday. Police have registered a case under Sections 5 and 7 of the Tamil Nadu Lottery Regulation Act.
Selvapuram police have arrested a 32-year-old-man for setting a two-wheeler on fire on Tuesday.
Police said A. Sheik of Selvapuram demanded money from S. Gunasekaran (38) of Vairamuthu Street for consuming liquor, near Sivalaya Theatre.
When he refused to give money, Sheik set Gunasekaran's parked two-wheeler on fire. Based on a complaint, police registered a case.
Killed in accident
A 75-year-old man was killed when he rammed his two-wheeler against a parked van at R.G. Pudur Pirivu on Saturday.
Police said Ayyavu was admitted to a private hospital and later shifted to Coimbatore Medical College Hospital, where he died.
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