Haryana trader's robber held in Delhi after chase

New Delhi, March 28 : Delhi Police Thursday chased and arrested a robber when he with his two associates entered the national capital after robbing at gun point a Haryana businessman of Rs.6 lakh, a police official said.

Parveen and his two associates robbed Sonu, a poultry farm owner, in Haryana's Sonepat district, around 12 p.m. and fled on a motorcycle towards the Singhu border with Delhi.

"As soon as the accused entered the capital and took a turn towards the Narela area, police were alerted. After a chase of about 18 km, Parveen was arrested near Bakhtawarpur village. However, his associates managed to flee," a police official said.

--IANS (Posted on 28-03-2013)

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