July 16, 2024

CCTV camera captures a woman’s phone snatching in Noida

A CCTV camera on Tuesday captured a woman’s phone snatching incident in the upscale Sector 34 of Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

A viral CCTV camera footage went viral capturing a woman's phone snatching incident from Sector 34 of Noida, Uttar Pradesh

A viral CCTV camera footage went viral capturing a woman's phone snatching incident from Sector 34 of Noida, Uttar Pradesh

A CCTV camera footage went viral in Noida on Tuesday of an incident that captured a woman running after an unknown man who snatched her phone in broad daylight. The incident took place in the upscale Sector 34 of Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

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The woman was walking on the street when a man snatched her phone from her hand. The man then ran away quickly and the woman can be seen running after him in order to secure her phone. The entire incident was captured on CCTV camera. The video footage shows the woman engrossed in a phone conversation as she walks ahead. The man then approaches her from behind and snatches her phone.

A viral CCTV footage shows a woman’s phone snatching incident in Noida

Noida Police said that “an FIR has been lodged and police are monitoring the CCTV Camera footage to capture the culprit in this incident.”

The woman tries to chase after him, but he manages to escape. The police are investigating the matter. They are also trying to identify the man in the CCTV footage.

This is not the first time that a phone has been snatched in Noida. In recent months, there have been several cases of phone snatching in the city. Across Noida, Greater Noida such incidents are on the rise. Not just phones, carrying any valuable items such as gold jewellery and other items are considered unsafe near many high-end sectors and societies in Noida and Greater Noida.

The police have advised people to be careful and to avoid carrying their phones in their hands in public places. They have also advised people to report any suspicious activity to the police immediately.

Some safety tips to avoid phone snatching:

  • Do not carry your phone in your hand in public places. Keep it in your pocket or bag.
  • Be aware of your surroundings and be alert for suspicious activity.
  • If you see someone acting suspiciously, move away from them.
  • If your phone is snatched, report it to the police immediately.

You can also take some additional steps to protect your phone, such as:

  • Installing a security app on your phone.
  • Enabling the tracking feature on your phone.
  • Setting a strong password for your phone.

By following these tips, you can help to protect yourself from phone snatching.

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