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148 mobiles detected by CEIR portal, handed over

148 mobiles detected by CEIR portal, handed over
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Handing over to heir || So far 1418 complaints have been registered on the portal
Hassan: District Superintendent of Police Hariram Shankar said that 148 mobile phones worth about 60 lakhs have been seized from various police stations of the district through the CEIR portal and handed over to the heirs.
He informed reporters at his office in the city that since the date of the portal’s inauguration, 1418 complaints of theft of mobile phones have been registered in various stations.
Last April 25 mobiles were given to the concerned heirs and now more than hundred mobiles have been seized with the help of the portal.
He said the mobiles were found and seized from neighboring states like Kerala, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and neighboring districts. Among the seized mobiles are 74 of Vivo, 25 of Samsung, 33 of Redmi, 11 of One Plus, 2 of Honor, 3 of Nokia.
Out of the complaints registered through the portal, there are 123 mobile phones and we have done the work to find them as soon as possible.
The SP clarified that most of the cases registered on the portal are thefts and people have lost them to a large extent, which means that if the theft group is operating through a network, such cases will be seriously considered and detected, but there are no such elements in the complaints registered so far.
SP appealed to the public to take advantage of this portal to track mobile phones in the state at a fast pace.
He informed that when more than 20 cases of mobile theft are detected in the neighboring state, personnel are sent from a particular station and the cases are being settled.
He said that necessary steps have been taken in connection with the case of computer and camera theft in the mosque of the city and the case will be detected as soon as possible.
Do this if you lose your mobile
Download KSP app through google play store and register your name, report complaint through e-mail and get receipt, immediately after your mobile is lost, get duplicate SIM number of current mobile number in lost mobile number, if you send message yes to 8277959500 through WhatsApp, a link Then open this link and fill the information in it and submit it or the public can open the CEIR portal with the help of link and fill the necessary information in it and file a complaint, he said.
He said that the IMEI number of the mobile phone is mandatory while making a complaint and a complaint can be lodged for a year old mobile phone stolen or lost.

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