Theft in Putholi school: Admission fees of children were kept in cupboard, broke the lock and took more than 66 thousand cash
- 4:05 AM August 9, 2022
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Some thieves escaped by stealing the fees of children, development work in a school in Gangrar police station area. The principal has registered a case at Gangrar police station.
ASI Nagjiram said that some thieves broke into the gate and main office lock at the Government Model Higher Secondary School in Putholi, after which Almira sometimes broke the lock in the cupboard In a cloth, the admission fees of the children were kept in a cloth, thieves and picked up the bag. The school's principal Rajmal Mehta son Sajjan Singh Mehta lodged a report at Gangrar police station. The report said that a total of 66 thousand 560 rupees of BIF, TC, admission and development work were kept in the bag, which were stolen. In the morning, when the teacher arrived to open the school, saw the gate and the office lock was broken. When he went inside, the lock of the cupboard was also broken. On this, the teacher informed the principal. The principal, who reached the spot, immediately reported to the police station, after which the police went to school and inspected the opportunity.Read more: Accused of theft of 12 lakhs from closed house arrested: Police caught more than 50 CCTV footage, stolen goods also recovered