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Notorious snatcher held , hand made pistol seized

Nagaon: The Nagaon police today apprehended a snatcher from Bhakatgaon bazar. 
Identified as Bilal Uddin of Silongoni village , the apprehended person was involved in a snatching case under Sadar P S. 
One hand made pistol was also recovered from the possession of the accused. Meanwhile , police have registered a case in this regard at Nagaon Sadar P S.
The police operation team consisted of Dy SP Manas Saikia , Dy SP ( DSB ) John Das and TSI Gaurab J Mahanta.
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