Mumbai: A group of three people allegedly robbed a 22-year-old man on a road behind a police chowky in Sion Koliwada area on Monday morning of mobile phone and cash collectively worth Rs15,200. While the Antop Hill police have arrested one of the accused, two are still at large.
According to the complainant, Shridhar Yadav, he was cornered by the three accused who threatened to kill him.
The police have managed to recover Rs9,000 cash till now and are on the lookout for the other two. Yadav, who is a resident of Sion Koliwada, said the incident took place right behind a police chowky in Punjabi camp area of Sion Koliwada. He added that the accused forced him to withdraw money from an ATM kiosk in the area, the CCTV footage of which might help police get leads in the case.
The police have booked the trio for robbery.