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Two and a half million stolen from Manai's house: 6 lakh jewels and cash stolen from retired armyperson's house

Two and a half million stolen from Manai's house: 6 lakh jewels and cash stolen from retired armyperson's house

July 22nd 2022, 12:34 pm
Amitesh Kumar
Unidentified thieves broke into a closed house of a person who retired from the army living in the city's New BJS Colony and cleaned the hands of gold-silver jewelry and two lakh cash from there. The landlord had gone to the village for ten days and went to the village. On returning, the locks of the house were found broken. At the same time, the thieves who entered a house in broad daylight in Manai village ran away with two and a half locks and cash. Ganpat Singh, head constable of Mahamandir police station, said that Indra Singh son Meghsingh, who lives in New BJS Galli No. 12/12, is retired from the Army. He went to his village on 12 July, including the family. Meanwhile, the house was deserted. When he returned on July 21, the lock of the main gate was broken. Unknown thieves entered the house and disturbed all the items kept in the bedroom. Ten tola gold jewelery, 250 grams of silver items and two lakh cash etc. were stolen from the house. The Mahamandir police has now started an investigation by registering a case in the incident. Efforts are on to find out the thieves with CCTV footage. According to the Devnagar police, according to the Devanagar police, originally Dholpur Hall Devanagar Pal Link Road resident Bhupendra Singh Jatav son Rajendra Prasad reported that unidentified thief broke into his listened house and a camera from there, 15 Thousand cash, back checks and passbooks along with other domestic goods were stolen. Thieves stole two and a half lakhs and went to the farm in Manai near Shahehr on Thursday afternoon. When he returned after an hour, it was found out that unknown thieves broke into the house. The thieves took four tola gold and silver items from the house to take cash of 40 thousand. Sursagar police said that a case was registered on behalf of Bhairaram Putra Diparam Meghwal, resident of Bera Manai of Murali. It said that he went to his farm on Thursday afternoon along with the family. When he returned after an hour, it was found out that unknown thieves stole Bajar Kanthi, Rakhri Set, Tiladi, 25 tola silver kandora, 6 rod pairs, ear gold and 40 thousand cash stolen. Copyright © 2022-23 DB Corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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