Cash and three boxes of alcohol stolen from a local liquor store

Latghat The thieves broke hands with cash and three boxes of alcohol by breaking open the lock of the local liquor store in Chandrapar Mau Kutubpur village, Raunapar Police Station. The sellers arrived in the morning and became aware of the incident. In connection with the incident, the shopkeeper filed a complaint with the Ronapar Police Station. The police consider the incident suspicious and are under investigation. Vinay Kumar, son of Rajendra, resident of Barjala Gangepur in the Jeenpur Kotwali area, was employed as a salesman in the liquor store in Chandrapar village. He opened the shop on Friday and closed it at three o’clock and called the owner and told him to go home. When he got home he was used by invitation. When he got to the store at 10 a.m. on Saturday morning, the lock on the main door was broken. When he went in and saw his senses fly away. Three cases of alcohol kept in the store were missing. 28 thousand rupees sales were also missing when checking the cash register. He immediately informed the shopkeeper, Harendra Kumar Singh, who lived in Manikadih, about this. After that, the shopkeeper gave information about the incident to the Ronapar Police Station and also gave a tahrir. Even after that, the police did not reach investigations until Friday evening. On the other hand, SO Ronapar Tarakeshwar Rai said that Tahrir was found. The case looks suspicious. Investigations are currently being carried out.

Latghat The thieves broke hands with cash and three boxes of alcohol by breaking open the lock of the local liquor store in Chandrapar Mau Kutubpur village, Raunapar Police Station. The sellers arrived in the morning and became aware of the incident. In connection with the incident, the shopkeeper filed a complaint with the Ronapar Police Station. The police consider the incident suspicious and are under investigation. Vinay Kumar, son of Rajendra, resident of Barjala Gangepur in the Jeenpur Kotwali area, was employed as a salesman in the liquor store in Chandrapar village. He opened the shop on Friday and closed it at three o’clock and called the owner and told him to go home. When he got home he was used by invitation. When he got to the store at 10 a.m. on Saturday morning, the lock on the main door was broken. When he went in and saw his senses fly away. Three cases of alcohol kept in the store were missing. 28 thousand rupees sales were also missing when checking the cash register. He immediately informed the shopkeeper, Harendra Kumar Singh, who lived in Manikadih, about this. After that, the shopkeeper gave information about the incident to the Ronapar Police Station and also gave a tahrir. Even after that, the police did not reach investigations until Friday evening. On the other hand, SO Ronapar Tarakeshwar Rai said that Tahrir was found. The case looks suspicious. Investigations are currently being carried out.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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