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Timeline on crimes committed by juveniles in Delhi

By Ians
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New Delhi, Aug 24: June 26, 2015: A teenager along with his friends killed his 19-year-old classmate in Kanjhawala in west Delhi to avenge a small fight over love.

June 18, 2015: A 15-year-old killed a two-year-old in Kalyanpuri in east Delhi to avenge an insult by the child's mother.

Crimes by juveniles in Delhi: A timeline

May 25, 2015: Two children, aged 9 and 10, murdered a youth in Govindpuri in south Delhi for refusing to give them money.

April 3, 2015: Two teenagers, aged 15 and 17, caught for stabbing a 34-year-old in Tilak Nagar in west Delhi.

March 14, 2015: Two teens, both 16, apprehended for sexually abusing their 18-year-old neighbour in Trilokpuri in east Delhi.

February 21, 2015: Two youths, including a juvenile, were arrested for abducting and killing a 13-year-old boy in Shahdara of northeast Delhi.

November 7, 2014: Five minors, aged 14-16 years, who escaped from a city juvenile home, murdered a jeweller's wife in Mayur Vihar in east Delhi and fled with jewellery worth Rs.10 lakh.

October 15, 2014: An 18-year-old Delhi schoolboy was strangled and shot dead by his three friends, including his juvenile classmate, in Haryana's Murthal village.

October 12, 2014: Four burglars, including two juveniles, shot a patrol policeman and injured his colleague seriously after being flagged down in west Delhi.

August 14, 2014: Five juveniles, aged 13-17 years, stabbed a 20-year-old to death in Madangir area of south Delhi.

January 20, 2014: A 15-year-old held for gang-raping a Danish woman along with five others in Connaught Place in central Delhi.

IANS

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