Published On : Sat, Jan 31st, 2015

Burglars loot 404300 from two houses


Nagpur.

The Analysis of Crime in India says that poverty and greed has contributed towards the increase in crimes like Dacoity, Theft, Robbery and Burglary. Though dacoity and burglary have reduced over years, theft and robbery have increased, which clearly shows that the type of crimes committed have changed and there is no actual reduction.

Nagpur city too has a fair share to contribute to the national statistics. In two unrelated cased registered from January 28-30, 2015, the burglars managed to loot ornaments, goods and cash collectively Rs 404300/- (Rs Four lakhs four thousand three hundred).

In the first incident which occurred in Gittikhadan area from 8 am of January 28, 2015 to 4:30 pm of January 30, 2015, the victim identified as Faiyaz Khan Mehmood Khan aged 37 years and a resident of Plot No 146, Near Lolekar’s House, Samaj Bhushan Society, Gittikhadan, Nagpur had locked his house and had gone to his relative’s house in Pandurna.

In his absence, unidentified burglars managed to gain entry into the house by breaking the lock of the main door. After entering the house, the burglars had entered his bedroom where the burglars ransacked two Almirahs. The burglars have looted gold and silver ornaments and cash of Rs 36,000/- (Rs Thirty Six Thousand) collectively worth Rs 334300/- (Rs. three lakhs thirty four thousand and three hundred).

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim, Police Sub Inspector of Gittikhadan Police Station has registered a case against unidentified burglars under sections 454, 457 and 380 of Indian Penal Code and is investigating further.

In the second case, the victim identified as Prakash Shudhodhan Wahane aged 45 years and a resident of Near Tip Top Tailor’s House, Ward No 2, Amar Nagar had locked his house and had gone out for some work at around 10 am. Some burglars managed to gain entry into the house by breaking the lock on his main door.

The burglars who probably had prior knowledge of where he used to keep his cash, looted Rs 70,000/- (Rupees Seventy Thousand) kept in the divan.

On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim, Police Sub-Inspector Godbole of Ambazhari Police Station registered a case of burglary under sections 454 and 380 of Indian Penal Code and is investigating further.

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