New Delhi, the capital of India, has long had problems with looting Monkey gang They are attacking the general public in search of food, and more recently in search of valuables.
It has now been revealed that at least one criminal organization is exploiting small mischievous creatures and using them for street robbery.
In March, a local lawyer was robbed of 6,000 rupees (about £ 60) in the southern part of the city by three men who threatened with monkeys while traveling in a rickshaw.
“When the victim was sitting in a three-wheeled taxi, the man [got in with him] I asked one of the monkeys to sit in the front seat and the other monkey to sit in the back seat. “
“They took the money the lawyer had in his wallet and ran away with the monkeys.”
In the words of police officers, a special task force was mobilized for “a strange incident involving monkeys.”
Two suspects were arrested at a bus stop on Thursday, April 8. Their monkey allies were with them at the time and had already been sent to the Animal Rescue Center.
Police are still searching for a third suspect named Ajay in local news reports.
According to Atul Kumar Thakur, Deputy Police Secretary of Delhi (South), “The robbery case at the Malbyanagar police station is registered under Article 392 of the Indian Criminal Code.”
“In this case, the relevant provisions of the Wildlife Conservation Act were added to the accused.”
Indian monkeys have become more aggressive in recent years, even more daring during the blockade, and fewer people are on the streets.
In one recent case, monkeys Invaded the bank I dumped the automated teller machine in the trash. Bank officials initially suspected a human robbery, but examination of surveillance footage revealed a smaller, more hairy type of suspect.
“CCTV footage was later examined and primate mischief was discovered,” said one bank official.
According to a recent survey, monkeys in Bali stole small personal belongings such as mobile phones and jewelery. Keep them “ransom” for food.. Animals seem to know which are the most valuable items and tend to target them.
A criminal organization that trained monkeys to steal cash from arrested and unprotected victims
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