February 14, 2021, 12:51 PM

Nagpur Cyber Police Station, on Saturday, returned 111 mobile phones worth Rs 32,06,117, stolen between the year 2018 and 2020, to their respective owners at Police Gymkhana in Civil Lines.

Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime) Sunil Phulari and Deputy Commissioner of Police (Economic Offence Wing) Vivek Masal, under the guidance of Commissioner of Police Amitesh Kumar, handed over the phones to citizens at around 11 am.
The task of retrieving and locating 111 lost mobile phones was done by Senior Police Inspector of Nagpur’s Cyber Police Station Dr Ashok Bagul, Police Naik Suryakant Chambhare, Police Constable Deepak Chauhan and Police Constable Kunal Hatewar, who helped tirelessly and exuberantly in the regard.
“We Police are working day and night for the citizens, and the citizens have faith and love for the Police. We are maintaining the public’s trust, by returning their lost mobile phones as a Valentine’s Day gift,” Additional CP (Crime) Sunil Phulari said.
He added that the Cyber Police Station used technical evidences and mapping to trace the missing mobile phones. “A system would be started for filing online complaints for missing items. If the Police Stations do not help citizens with their lost mobile phones, then they can approach senior officers at the cyber cell,” the Addl CP said.
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