Morgan Stanley’s VP chases down thief on Mumbai’s busy streets, hands him over to cops

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India’s financial capital Mumbai recently saw a top business executive chase a high-stakes thief across the busy streets of the city in search of his mobile phone.

According to a Hindustan Times report, Sudhanshu Nivsarkar, vice-chairman of Morgan Stanley Group, was seen chasing down the crowded Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road and holding back a robber who snatched his cell phone.

The 41-year-old executive managed to nab the thief and handed him over to the police.

According to the Powai police, Nivsarkar took an autorickshaw from Hub Mall in Goregaon on Wednesday evening to reach his home in Chandivali. However, when the auto got stuck in a traffic jam near the National Security Guard base on Jogeshwari Vikhroli Link Road Nivsarkar, the robber overpowered it.

According to the report, an officer from Powai police station said, “Nivsarkar was holding his cell phone in his left hand while sitting in the auto rickshaw and the accused suddenly snatched it and started running away. Nivsarkar immediately got down from the auto and ran after them.

But Nivsarkar did not give up and resumed his chase, which continued for several minutes till the accused staggered and fell. Nivsarkar caught the thief.

Meanwhile, seeing the chase, passers-by also ran to help. They overpowered the accused while Nivsarkar called the local police and the nearest mobile unit was immediately dispatched to the spot.

Police took the accused into custody and recovered the phone from him. He has been identified as Sagar Thakur (32), a resident of Saki Vihar Road, Powai.

The police took the accused into police custody and recovered Nivsarkar’s phone from him. The thief has been identified as Sagar Thakur, a resident of Saki Vihar Road, Powai.

Thakur is arrested and charged with dacoity under the Indian Penal Code. The report quoted an official as saying that we are checking his background to see if similar cases were registered against him in the past.

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