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Shahjahan from Ernakulam was arrested for snatching a gold-covered chain from an 80-year-old lady

A 28-year-old man named Shahjahan has been arrested from Kottathala Mathirapally house after he threw chilli powder into an old woman’s eyes and snatched her necklace. The incident left everyone in splits because the lady wore a gold-covered chain.

The incident took place in Chendamangalam, Ernakulam. An 80-year-old woman named Subhadra, who was walking on the road near the Kottathala temple in the eastern part of Chendamangalam, was the victim of violence. Shahjahan threw chilli powder in her eyes and caused bodily harm, following which he stole her necklace.

Shahjahan thought it was a gold necklace and grabbed it. Police arrested the accused in the incident. He lived in a house opposite the road where the incident occurred. Shahjahan also searched for the accused after the incident, as the old lady had not seen him clearly.

The old lady sought refuge in Shahjahan’s house and rested there after being assaulted. When the locals were looking for the suspect, the accused joined them. When the police reached the spot and talked to the victim, the old woman revealed that someone had broken the necklace, wearing only a dhoti without a shirt.

Then, when the suspicious police searched near Shahjahan’s house, they found the old woman’s necklace in a bucket outside the home. Mistaking the necklace for gold, he harassed the old woman and stole the necklace. Incidents of chain snatching and theft by Islamists are on the rise in Kerala.

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