The Oshiwara police are on the hunt for a motorist who crashed into a 21-year-old biker and left him for dead on the Western Express Highway. The victim was rushed to hospital by the police and passers-by, but was declared dead on arrival. The Oshiwara police received information about a man spotted lying on the road close to the Jogeshwari flyover with a crushed bike. On reaching the spot, the police identified the victim as Sahil Mishra though the identity cards on his person.
Before striking - either early morning or evening - the four conducted a recee of the target area to check for nakabandis and CCTVs. They attempted to commit crimes in a manner that they were not captured on CCTVs. Illustration/Ravi JadhavRest easy and don't turn away delivery boys. The Andheri police last week arrested one of the city's most notorious chainsnatchers - Jafar Deshmukh, 38, alias Chikna - and his gang of three after they managed to identify their unique modus operandi.
While on her way to college with three of her friends, a first year student of a suburban college was molested by two boys on a busy street in Bandra East on Friday afternoon. While the girls were about to cross the road, two boys on a bike approached them and touched the victim inappropriately. Even before she could react, the boys fled from the spot. According to police, the girl was so shocked that she stopped midway and started crying.
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