Gwalior5 hours ago
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The thief steals goods from employees’ houses
Thieves raided an employee’s house in Gwalior and took away cash, gold and silver jewellery, mobile phones and other items. The incident took place near PHE Colony Triple ITM College in Hazira police station area. Hearing the sound of people getting up in the house, the thieves left their bike and ran away. As soon as the theft was discovered, the employee immediately notified the police.
The police came to the information and registered the case after investigation. A CCTV footage of the thieves has also emerged, where the thieves are seen stealing goods from the employee’s house with a bag in their hands. At present, the police have started searching for the thief on the basis of CCTV images.
After the theft, the cupboards were opened and the belongings scattered
This is the whole thing
Prem Singh, son of Sovran Singh Tomar, a resident of PHE Colony of Hazira police station area in Gwalior, is employed in the archaeological department and is posted at the fort. He slept in his room after having dinner last night. Meanwhile, the thieves who came through the roof reached the room next to them and broke open the lock of the cupboard and took away cash, gold and silver jewellery, two mobile phones and other valuables. The incident came to light at around three in the morning when he woke up after hearing the sound of knocking and when he came out of his room. The thieves ran away. As soon as the incident was known, the police were notified. As soon as the information was received, the police arrived at the scene and after investigation registered the case.
The thieves left their bike outside the house and ran away
Thief caught on CCTV
When the police checked the surveillance cameras installed there, they found out that two thieves entered their house at 2.30 in the night and stopped around 3 in the morning. After this, when the cameras installed on the street were checked, it was found that the thief was twenty to twenty-two years old and had come on a bicycle to commit the theft, but when he was alerted, he left his bicycle and ran away. As soon as the police found out about this, they seized the bike and sent it to the police station.
11 thousand more documents were found in BJP leader’s pocket
Thieves stole Rs 11,000 in cash and important documents from the pocket of a BJP leader who had come to participate in the Jan Ashirwad Yatra organized by the BJP. The incident took place in Ghatigaon police station area. As soon as the incident came to light, the victim reached the police station and complained about the matter. The police have registered a complaint about the victim and started searching for the thieves.
Asharam Rathore, a resident of Simaria Tanka, Balu Ram Rathore is a BJP leader and came yesterday to participate in the Jan Ashirwad Yatra. While welcoming the Yatra, unknown thieves stole Rs 11,000 and other important documents kept in his pocket. As soon as he came to know about the incident, he came to the police station and complained about the matter. The police have registered the case on the complaint of the victim.