Accused of theft of 12 lakhs from closed house arrested: Police caught more than 50 CCTV footage, stolen goods also recovered

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Accused of theft of 12 lakhs from closed house arrested: Police caught more than 50 CCTV footage, stolen goods also recovered
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4:05 AM August 9, 2022
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In the past, the police have arrested the accused in the case of theft of 12 lakh jewelery and other goods from a closed house in Madhav Ganj area of ​​Sikar. The accused hails from Kotwali area. The police checked the footage of more than 50 CCTV cameras to identify the accused. After which the accused was caught walking in a street. At present, the police is engaged in questioning the accused.

Kotwali police station officer Pawan Kumar Choubey said that on August 2, Sunil Jain lodged a report that he had gone to Jaipur for 3 days. When I came back and saw, there was a lock outside the house. But the thieves broke the door of the stairs and entered the house. After which the locks of the room broke and stole goods worth about 12 lakh rupees including gold and silver jewelery and utensils.

Choubey said that investigation was started in the case by registering a case on the report. In search of the accused, CCTV footage of more than 50 cameras installed in the streets around the house was checked. After which the accused was identified. Yesterday it was reported that the accused is from Salasar bus stand towards Chandpol. In such a situation, accused Shahzad Lilgar (25) resident of Tehsil office was arrested on the spot. The accused kept the stolen jewelery and utensils at their home. Those who have also been recovered. At present, the accused is being questioned. Constable Dinesh Kumar and Constable Dilip Kumar played an important role in arresting the accused and recovering goods.

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