Individuals travelling on a personal bus in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district had been robbed of money and cellphones on Tuesday (April 6) by miscreants, who boarded the car as passengers, on the Yamuna Expressway, police stated.
Mathura Superintendent of Police (SP) Dr Gaurav Grover stated the theft befell within the early hours of the day within the Surir police station space of the district when the bus was on its approach to Hamirpur in UP from Delhi.
“The bus driver had stopped the bus at an unscheduled location out of greed to get extra passengers. Some unidentified folks boarded the bus pretending to be passengers. After a while, they assaulted the conductor and looted the passengers of the bus,” Grover stated.
He added that round Rs 1.66 lakh money and cellphones had been looted.
A gathering of high-ranking officers of Mathura was convened instantly after the incident got here to mild, Grover added, including an First Info Report (FIR) has been lodged and an investigation launched.
Forensic specialists have visited the spot and picked up proof, canine squads have been roped in and efforts are underway to trace the culprits, the SP additional acknowledged.