Gold jewelry and cash stolen from a listened house: Woman went out to take milk in the afternoon, thieves broke the lock from an iron rod

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Gold jewelry and cash stolen from a listened house: Woman went out to take milk in the afternoon, thieves broke the lock from an iron rod
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6:11 AM July 23, 2022
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Unidentified thieves stole gold jewelry and cash from a house in broad daylight in Sadar police station area of ​​Hanumangarh district. The victim was at his photo studio at Hanumangarh Junction and his wife went to get milk in the afternoon. During this time, the thieves broke the lock from behind and entered the house and escaped with gold ornaments and 51 thousand cash. When the wife came back, the man gate of the house was open and the lock of the room was found broken. When she went inside, the room was found scattered. The Sadar police have registered a case against unknown thieves and started investigation. He told that I have a photo studio shop in Hanumangarh Junction. On July 21, I went to my shop. Around 1.30 in the afternoon, my wife went to lock the room inside the house and went to get milk. After a while, when my wife came back, the main gate of the house was open. When the wife went inside, the lock of the room was broken and the goods of the room were scattered. The victim said that the thieves broke the lock of the room with an iron rod and then broke the lock of the suitcase kept in another room and stole a gold ring, 1 gold chain and 51 thousand rupees cash from the purse kept in it. The victim said that unknown thieves left with rod and lock bed. The police have registered a case on the victim's report and are under investigation. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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