Sector 22 murder: Accused sent in 3-day police remand CHANDIGARH: Chief judicial magistrate Rajesh Garg sent two persons arrested for the murder of Kailash Chand, owner of Raj Provisional Store in Sector 22, to three-day police remand on Monday. Accused Sanchit Verma, 25, and Nazir Khan, 25, had shot Kailash Chand on Thursday. According to the police, they have recovered the weapon used for the crime. The police have also recovered the stolen jewellery as well as cash from the possession of accused. The police in its application had sought 14 days police remand of the accused to track the source of bullets and the weapon used for the crime. The police said the accused with the intention of robbing the provisional store had entered into the shop but later fired at Kailash Chand. Main accused still at large CHANDIGARH: Two days have lapsed since the police claimed to have cracked the robbery and murder case in Sector 22, but the prime accused is still at large. Rakesh who fired the shot is yet to be arrested by the Chandigarh police, though it claimed that they had all details of the accused. The police believed that the prime accused was in Uttar Pradesh on the basis of tower location of the mobile he was using. The police also claimed that Rakesh had switched off the mobile and had not even contacted his family. Meanwhile, it is still not clear whether Prince would get his share in prize money for facilitating the surrender of accused. The police had claimed that the youths executer the robbery for easy money. Nine held for consuming liquor in public CHANDIGARH: Two persons were caught for stealing while two others were booked for snatching and theft. In the first case Lalu Singh resident of Butrela village alleged that Raj Kumar of the same area was caught red handed while stealing his mobile phone from his room on July 30. The accused has been arrested. Meanwhile, Inder a resident of Butrela village of Sector-41, alleged that two unknown persons on a Pulsar motorcycle, sped away after snatching a purse containing Rs 5,000 from a lady Sashi Kanta, a resident of Sector-40-A, on July 29. A case under Section 356,379 of IPC has been registered at the Sector 39, police station. Two caught while stealing, one booked for snatching CHANDIGARH: Two persons were caught for stealing while two others were booked for snatching and theft. In the first case Lalu Singh resident of Butrela village alleged that Raj Kumar of the same area was caught red handed while stealing his mobile phone from his room on July 30. The accused has been arrested. A case of theft has been registered in the matter. Dr Munish Rohila, junior resident pathology department at PGIMER reported that someone had stolen his Pulsar motorcycle (RJ-23M3M-4232) from the staff parking, near Research Block ‘A’, PGI. The police have registered a case of theft. Two city girls allege eve-teasing CHANDIGARH: Two city girls reported of eve teasing. A girl alleged that Gagandeep Singh, a resident of Sector-8-C, outraged her modesty on Sunday. A case under Section 354 of IPC has been registered in Sector 31. In another case a girl alleged that Navi eve-teased her in Sector-44. A case under Section 509 of IPC has been registered at the Sector 34 police station. Three booked for defacing public property CHANDIGARH: The police booked three persons under Section 3 of West Bengal Property Defacement Act. In the first case Surat Singh and Harpreet Singh were arrested for pasting posters on an electricity pole in Sector 11. In another incident police booked Rinku for pasting posters on a pillar in Sector-17. Both the residents were later released on bail.