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In India, For 60,000 Delhi female of 21 plotted to rob own sister with her PUBG friends

New Delhi: Hard up for cash, a 21-year-old female in Delhi plotted to rob her sister with the help of a buddy she found on PUBG.

Jyoti, a lady who formerly worked for a second-hand vehicle dealer and earned Rs 5000, was fired during the lockdown.

On the afternoon of June 26, the Nihal Vihar police station got a response reporting that two boys in Meera Kunj Nilothi Extention had robbed a lady at gunpoint.

When the police arrived, the complainant Shashi told them that two boys came to her residence about 1:00 p.m. and asked if her spouse Brijesh was there.

She answered the door, assuming of them as her hubby’s friends and relatives. One of them grabbed her at gunpoint and pressed her to the ground as they entered the room. After searching the house with the pistol, the boys fled after shutting the door from the outside. When the victim caused a ruckus, the neighbours covered.

After reviewing the CCTV tape, the police discovered that the suspect arrived on a scooty.

When the suspect came to retrieve the scooty, the police were able to track him down.

Sunny was recognized as the suspect, and he told the police that he knew Jyotiaka Pari, the victim’s biological sister.

He claimed Jyoti planned to rob her sister and told the suspect about the presence of nearly Rs 60,000 at her residence.

They planned to rob the money and divide it equally among themselves.

While Jyoti and Sunny have been apprehended, the other co-accused, Saif, has eluded capture.

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