Raipur: The Raigarh police has recovered and returned over 102 lost/stolen mobile phones to their owners so far from September.
Since September, cyber cell has received about 130 mobile missing applications, out of which 102 mobile phones have been traced and recovered by cyber cell within a month from Bargarh, Sambalpur and Sundargarh of Odisha, Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, Ranchi in Jharkhand, Bihar of Patna, Satna in Madhya Pradesh and Raipur, Bilaspur, Jashpur, Ambikapur, Surajpur, Mahasamund, Janjgir-Champa, Baloda Bazar, Mungeli and various areas of the Chhattisgarh. Investigation for the remaining phones is underway. Among the mobiles recovered this month, there are many expensive models of Vivo, Redmi, Samsung, Really Me, Mi, Oppo, priced at around Rs 15, 10,000.
Raigarh SP Santosh Singh distributed mobile phones to as many as 71 owners on Friday evening. Remaining people have been informed to collect their phones from cyber cell.
Meanwhile, within the last six months, a total of 272 missing mobile phones have been recovered by Cyber Cell on the instructions of Superintendent of Police. Besides, 10 cases of mobile theft has been registered as per information received. Raigarh Additional SP Abhishek Verma and ASP Raj Kumar Minj were the cyber cell staff present during the mobile distribution. Cyber Cell chief constable Rajesh Patel, Durgesh Singh, constables Brijlal Gurjar, Vikku Singh, Prashant Panda, Surendra Porte, women constable Maneka Chauhan have played a commendable role in the mobile recovery.