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    Published On : Sat, Nov 5th, 2016

    Goods worth Rs 4.5 lakhs burgled from three houses

    Burglary

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    Nagpur: Goods including gold ornaments and cash worth Rs 4.5 lakhs were burgled from three houses situated in different areas in the city.

    According to police sources, the first incident occurred in the house of victim Lalita Patankar aged 29 years and a resident of Maa Vaishnavi Layout, Om Sai Nagar, Godhni Road. The victim had locked-up her house and had gone along with her family members to her native place in Village Babarboh, Aamla, Baitul (Madhya Pradesh) to celebrate Diwali. In her absence, the burglars had broken into her house and had burgled her house. The goods that were stolen from her house included gold ornaments, Pan Card, Adhar Card, Voter’s ID card and cash worth Rs 5000/- kept in the almirah.

    When the victim returned on November 4, 2016, she realized that her house has been burgled. She rushed to Mankapur Police Station and lodged a complaint. The cops of Mankapur Police Station have registered a case of burglary and are investigating further.

    The second incident occurred in Lakhadganj area. The victim Ashok Padole aged 50 years and a resident of Juni Mangalwari had also locked-up his house and had gone to his native village Gurgukunj Mojhari Amravati to celebrate Diwali along with his family. In his absence, the burglars had broken into his house and had burgled his house. The burglars had carried away cash worth Rs 2 lakhs kept in the almirah. On November 4, 2016, when the victim Padole and his family returned home, he realized that his house has been burgled. On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim Padole, the cops of Lakhadganj Police Station have registered a case of burglary and are investigating further.

    In the third incident which occurred in Rana Pratap Nagar area, the victim Umesh Kolhe aged 36 years and a resident of Bhujbal Layout; Pratap Nagar too had locked-up his house and had gone to his native village to celebrate Bhaidooj along with his family. In his absence, the burglars had broken into his house and had burgled his house. The burglars had carried away gold and silver ornament and cash worth Rs 15, 400/- in all goods worth Rs 75,000/- kept in the almirah. On November 3, 2016, when the victim Umesh Kolhe and his family returned home, they realized that their house has been burgled. On the basis of the complaint lodged by the victim Umesh Kolhe, the cops of Rana Pratap Nagar Police Station have registered a case of burglary and are investigating further.

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