Jaipur: Seven members of a gang together with two with listening to and talking difficulties who communicated by way of video calls utilizing signal language had been arrested for allegedly looting petrol pumps at three totally different places right here, the crime department mentioned on Thursday.
DCP (crime) Digant Anand mentioned that each one seven accused had attended the identical faculty and fashioned a gang to pay bank card payments and splurged the remainder of the cash on events. “Employees of a Ghat Gate positioned gasoline station had alleged that unidentified criminals robbed Rs 1.38 lakh from them on September 8 at gunpoint. A particular group was constituted to comply with the path and we lastly arrested all seven accused together with the gang chief,” he mentioned.
The accused had been idenitfied as alleged gang chief Nicky Burman (22), his brother Vicky Burman (23), Ajay Saini (23), Shravan Gautam (19), Chetan Kumawat (23), Deepak Roy (25), and Vishnu Jangid (23).
Police mentioned that Vishnu Jangid and Chetan Kumawat each are deaf and mute and used signal languages on video calls to speak with different members of the gang.
Anand mentioned that the gang looted money from three petrol pumps within the metropolis, positioned in Lal Kothi, Muhana and Sodala police station limits.
“Nicky was the chief of the gang. After every offence, the accused booked a resort room and visited golf equipment, bars and eating places,” Anand mentioned, including that Nicky had spent Rs 50,000 from the lotted money to pay up his cried automotive money owed.
Curiously, police additionally discovered that the accused had stolen a scooter from Jyoti Nagar and parked the automobile on the identical location after they used it to loot a petroleum pump.
Police have additionally recovered the unlawful firearm of their possession. “The gang initially plotted to rob medical shops the place giant money assortment is taken to banks for deposits. However they revised their plans and targeted on petrol pumps,” Anand mentioned.