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Khelhoshe Polytechnic robbery: 2 arrested

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Dimapur, April 20 (EMN): The Zunheboto district police have arrested two persons on charges of robbery of the Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu in Zunheboto district. The office of the Superintendent of Police of Zunheboto district issued a press release to the media on Thursday.

Referring to ‘KPA (Khelhoshe Polytechnic Atoizu),’ the police stated that two persons, namely Atoi Sumi and Kikaho Aya, both stated to be from Asukhuto town “were arrested on charges of theft/burglary in the KPA Campus on 01/04/17.”

The press release was issued by the additional superintendent of police / PRO, DEF of Zunheboto.

Following the arrest, mobile phones and blankets stolen from the campus area were recovered, the police stated.

In another case, the police said to have made a “major breakthrough.”

The Zunheboto police informed that it has arrested two persons namely Akaito Assumi and Pito Murru of Zunheboto town on charges of “theft and burglary on 02/04/17.”

Following the arrest, 85 items were recovered from them. The items ranged from a motor bike to computer sets, electronic items, gas cylinders, and utensils etc., which the police stated were “stolen from different location of the town on different occasions spanning over a period of several months.”

“The modus operandi of the duo was to conduct surveillance during the day time on the targeted houses/offices and thereafter committed the act during the night mostly taking advantage of the inclement weather. With this important apprehension the menace of theft/Burglary in Zunheboto town has been successfully arrested,” the police added.

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