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The Haryana Police Monday arrested a Jalandhar resident on charges of offering lifts to people and then robbing on the way. The accused, Joginder Singh, had previously murdered a Switzerland-based NRI Inderjit Singh and dumped his body in Karnal in 2004. He was arrested by the police on charges of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment in 2007, but managed to escape from police custody in November 2008.
While out of jail, he started offering lifts to people and robbing them off their belongings. He was arrested Monday on charges of robbing an elderly couple in November 2012 at Indri road turn in Karnal.
The Karnal Police's Crime Branch was entrusted with the task of investigating the robbery case in which an elderly couple was offered a lift on November 20 and allegedly robbed off their belongings and cash by Joginder.
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