Stolen in the bike showroom by adding chilli powder: Broke the lock and took 7.5 lakh rupees; Police wanders from the smell of bidding bidding dog squad
- 4:35 AM August 9, 2022
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The thieves raided the bike show room in Bilaspur and the thieves attacked them and were caught with 7 lakh 70 thousand rupees kept in the drawer. The thieves broke the lock of the showroom and brought chili powder with them, which was scattered in the showroom. Police say the thieves have used chili powder to dodge the dog squad. At present, the police is investigating CCTV footage to identify and search the thieves. The incident is from Bilha police station area.
Sanjay Bagga, a resident of Bilha, is a businessman. He has a show room in the name of Sanjay Motors on Raipur Road. He went home with his employees by locking the showroom late on Sunday evening. During this, he left 7 lakh 70 thousand rupees in the locker. As usual, the employees reached the showroom on Tuesday morning, then the shutter lock was found broken in front. After this, he informed Sanjay about this. On receiving the information, the police also reached the spot.
Camerabilha police reached the spot for 8 months and informed the top officials. During this time TI Anjana went out in Kerketta muscle. Therefore, along with the dog squad for investigation, the Anti Crime and Control Unit (ACCU) team was sent. The police have not been able to get any clue from the dog squad. The police asked the show room operator to ask for footage of the CCTV camera installed there, then it was found that the CCTV camera of the showroom was closed. During interrogation, the operator said that the camera has been damaged for the last eight months.
The thieves had scattered in the show room, after committing the chilli powderchori incident, the thieves had spread chilli powder throughout the showroom. Along with the locker, chili powder was also added around. Police say the thieves must have adopted this method for dodging the search dog. It was told that the dog wanders from the smell of chilli.
Rupeevasayi Sanjay Bagga told the police that he used to deposit the amount of transactions in the bank every day in the bank. The amount of transactions in the evening lived with him. The bank was closed on Saturday and Sunday. Due to this, he left the amount in the showroom. Apart from the shop employees, the owner was aware of the huge amount in the showroom. Due to this, the police is also interrogating the shop workers.
Accu in-charge said- The search for the suspects, Harvinder Singh, in-charge of ACCU said that the names of some suspects have come up in the interrogation. Police is searching for them. It is also revealed that the shop has been stolen before. The police team is also trying to identify suspects with the help of CCTV camera.Read more: Rakesh Sachan's chair survived the amendment in Arms-Act: If there was a punishment in the new Arms Act, the legislature would have gone; The lawyers said-Madla is 31 years old