3 Gujarati women have been arrested by Clock Tower police for stealing a hand bag from the Tibetan woolen market in Samor Bagh, Udaipur. As per reports, Manish Nasa reported the theft of his wife's bag from the woolen market on 10th November. The bag had cash and some important documents. After this particular incident of theft, these 3 women made another theft attempt here and were arrested by police.
After the report registered by Manish, police searched through the CCTV footages of the market area where 3 women looked suspicious. Police were on the lookout for these women. On Monday, the 3 women reached Samor Bagh once again with the objective of another theft. When they were about to rob something, the market manager spotted them during the act. He immediately informed police who reached the market and arrested them. Upon investigations, the women revealed that they had left Ahmedabad in a bus after planning the thefts. They learnt of the woolen market in Udaipur and the crowd that comes here everyday. This is how they committed the crimes. The 3 women have been identified as Sangeeta Sodasa from Naroda Patiya, Priya Rathod and Sandhya Rathod from Ramapir temple area in Ahmedabad. Police team will take these women to Ahmedabad to find out more details about their crimes from Ahmedabad police.