India’s monetary capital Mumbai lately witnessed a high enterprise govt making a high-stake thief chase all through the bustling metropolis’s busy streets searching for his cell phone.
Sudhanshu Nivsarkar, vp of Morgan Stanley group, was seen chasing down the bustling Jogeshwari Vikhroli Hyperlink Highway and catching a robber who snatched his cellular phone, in accordance with a report by Hindustan Instances.
The 41-year-old govt, who managed to catch the thief, handed him over to the police.
In accordance with the Powai police, Nivsarkar, on Wednesday night, took an autorickshaw from the Hub Mall in Goregaon to go to his residence in Chandivali. Nevertheless, when the auto was caught in a site visitors jam close to the Nationwide Safety Guard base on the Jogeshwari Vikhroli Hyperlink Highway Nivsarkar caught up with the robber.
As per the report, an officer on the Powai police station stated, “Nivsarkar was holding his cellular phone in his left hand whereas sitting within the auto-rickshaw and the accused instantly snatched it and began operating. Nivsarkar instantly leapt out of the auto and ran after him.”
However Nivsarkar refused to surrender and resumed his chase, which continued for a number of minutes until the accused tripped and fell. Nivsarkar caught up with the thief.
On the identical time, the passers-by who had witnessed the chase additionally got here dashing to assist. They overpowered the accused, whereas Nivsarkar known as the native cops and the closest cell unit was instantly diverted to the spot.
The police took the accused into custody and recovered the cellphone from him. He was recognized as Sagar Thakur (32), a resident of the Saki Vihar Highway in Powai.
Police took the accused into police custody and recovered Nivsarkar’s cellphone from him. The thief was recognized as Sagar Thakur, a resident of Powai’s Saki Vihar Highway.
“Thakur has been arrested and charged with theft below the Indian Penal Code. We’re wanting into his background to verify if he has comparable instances registered towards him previously,” an officer was quoted as saying within the report.