Bangalore City Police - MOBILE THEFT
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Complaint by: Gautham on June 12, 2017, 10:09 pm in Mobile and Cell Phones

Hello
As I was travelling from HSR layout SI Apartment to Kadubeesanahalli from a local bus my phone was stolen from my pocket. I was about to get down when a person blocked me and as I got down I realized my phone was missing. I hopped on to the bus hoping to find the person who stole it but everyone was feigning ignorance. I asked a person to give a call to my number and it was switched off. The thief had turned it off by that time. The phone was a Xiaomi Red Note 4 and it has my fingerprint on it. I request you to look into this matter seriously as there are a large number of thefts happening in the Marathhalli region especially in buses. Please inform me if you confiscate a black Xiomi Red Note 4.

Complainant's Goal: To nab thieves that steal phones in the Marathhalli region
Complainant's Target: Bangalore City Police
Complaint Location: IndiaKarnatakaBangalore

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1 weeks ago  SHEELENDRA KUMAR

I was travelling by Train No 16518 (Kurnool Exp) / PNR No: 4232115717 from Kasaragod to Bangalore city boarded on 14.06.2017 at Kasargod. When I saw my Bag at Bangalore City Railway station for calling driver, I found that my mobile is missing / stolen by somebody during journey.
Mobile Details: Moto G Plus, 4th Gen (Black, 16 GB), B01DDP87N0 AND Serial Number: 358187073163555 purchased through Amazon vide Invoice Bill No: KA-QSAN-167590221-143884 dated 20.07.2016.
Further, I also registered a complaint with Bangalore City Junction Railway Police at 8.45 AM on 15.06.2017.

My Contact Number: +91-9818578102 / 9958623276

With regards,
SHEELENDRA KUMAR