Mangaluru: The Mangaluru Central Crime Branch Police arrested three individuals for allegedly plotting to rob rich people, traders and businessmen in Mukkancheri area of Ullal.

The arrested accused have been identified as Sameer Ali alias Kadpara Sameer (33) of Mukkancheri, Mansoor alias Boliyat Mansoor (30) of Boliyar and Naushad (30) of Konaje.

The CCB confiscated a knife, mobile phones, and a jeep all worth rs 25.90 lakh from the possession of the accused.

A case has been lodged against the accused at the Ullal Police Station.

Sameer Ali is involved in a total of seven cases, including attempted murder, life threats at Ullal Police Station, the Ilyas murder case at Mangaluru South Police Station, a shootout case at Falnir shop, and life threats at Konaje Police Station.

Similarly, accused Mansoor has been involved in a previous robbery and assault case at Konaje Police Station, a shootout case at Falnir registered at Mangaluru South Police Station, and a drug trafficking case registered at Cyber, Economic and Narcotics Police Station. While, Naushad was previously accused in a robbery case at Konaje Police Station.

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Thane (PTI): Police on Tuesday registered an FIR against 52 persons, including 21 women, for alleged violation of rules and obscenity at a bar in Navi Mumbai township of Maharashtra, an official said.

The police's anti-human trafficking cell (AHTC) conducted a raid on the restaurant-cum-bar located at the Vashi APMC market on Monday night.

They found a number of persons there indulging in obscene acts and flouting various norms, the official from APMC police station said.

Based on a complaint by the AHTC team member, the police registered an FIR against 52 persons, including 21 women, 11 waiters, the restaurant's manager and nine customers, under Indian Penal Code sections 294 (obscenity) and 34 (common intention) and the Maharashtra Police Act, the official said.