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1 Dead During Shooting In Foiled Theft Attempt: Delhi Police

A case was registered beneath related sections of the Arms Act, police mentioned. (Representational)

New Delhi:

A 24-year-old man was arrested for allegedly killing an individual who’s suspected to have come to steal his pigs from his farm in Delhi, police mentioned on Wednesday.

Prince, alias Aman, owns round 300 pigs, however some unknown individuals had been stealing his pigs throughout lockdown. To stop the theft, he began surveillance on the farm at nights, police mentioned.

Five-six days in the past, he noticed two individuals loitering in a Santro automobile close to the farm round three am. The duo later fled from the spot. Prince chased and fired a number of rounds on the automobile, which was fleeing in the direction of Madhuban Chowk, Rohini, police mentioned.

Next morning, Prince got here to know {that a} useless physique with gunshot damage was present in a automobile in Mangolpuri space. After confirming that the automobile was similar at which he had fired pictures, he fled away from his home, police added.

On Sunday, police arrested Prince from Mohan Garden, Uttam Nagar. One subtle pistol, loaded with two dwell rounds, was discovered from his possession, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Santosh Kumar Meena mentioned.

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Around two months in the past, the thieves assaulted him and stole his pigs from his farm. After the incident, he began conserving a weapon with him. A case was registered beneath related sections of the Arms Act, police mentioned.

During interrogation, it was revealed that Prince was beforehand concerned in a theft case and was jailed. After he was launched, he started pig rearing in a farm at Bhalswa Dairy, police mentioned.

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