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Stolen by locking locks: One hundred and fifty tires stolen from shop on railway road, owner reached shop in 15 minutes, but thieves escaped
- 11:26 PM July 28, 2022
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The theft incidents in Nangal are increasing and the police are seen empty. Now more than one and a half dozen people committed theft and damaged machines from the Gyan Tire Works shop located on the railway road on Nangal-Shri Anandpur Sahib Main Road at around 1:30 pm on Thursday. According to the shop owner, he has lost about 15 lakhs. Shop owner Jaswinder Singh Ghullu said that at around 1:30 pm, someone got a call that unknown people were roaming outside the shop. On this, he checked CCTV cameras on the phone and saw that some people were walking outside the shop. He confirmed it by calling the neighbors of the shop. It was seen on the phone that about one and a half dozen people were stealing inside the shop, who tied handkerchiefs on their mouths. At this he reached the shop with family members and friends in 15 minutes but the thieves had gone. When checked in the shop, the thieves broke a total of 5 machines with wheel alignment, nitrogen gas machine, wheel balance machine and the Royal Enfield motorcycle standing inside. With this, 2 LCDs inside, broke the CCTV camera and took DVR. The thieves took about one hundred and fifty tires of various two -wheelers and four -wheelers. Jaswinder said that the thieves had cut the locks of the shop with cutters. When he reached the spot, he saw three vehicles running towards Shri Anandpur Sahib, in which there is a car. He said that 5 machines were ordered on Sunday itself. Which were fitted by the people of the company on Monday. It is suspected that the thieves came to steal these machines. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.Read more: The corporation does not know-who is digging the road: 3 lakh liters of drinking water shed and put a penalty on the private company, if the company reached the police station, then let the SDM letters, who dug