Chori – theft by pulling the key out from under the pillow

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Shah. The thieves crossed cash and jewelry from the house by taking the key from under the pillow of the woman sleeping on the terrace. When the family found out about this in the morning, they informed the police. When the police started investigating after a house search, an empty bag was found near the elementary school a short distance away.
Villager Mahendra Gupta’s house is at the crossroads of Banda-Tanda Road. He and his wife slept on the terrace on Saturday night. Said he kept the ladder door locked and the woman kept the key under her pillow. When the woman woke up at five in the morning, there was no key under the pillow. Even after searching, when the key was not found, the woman woke up to see that the ladder door was found open. When I came down I saw that it was all scattered.
The police and the forensic team came on clues. Mahendra said the thieves took 35 thousand rupees in cash, half a box of jewelry, six sets of silver anklets, two gold rings, needle thread, necklaces and a large Mangal Sutra. Which is worth about two lakhs. Police found a stolen bag from the house near the village elementary school. Outpost in charge, Yashkaran Singh, said the incident was being investigated. The police also scanned footage from surveillance cameras installed near the house.

Shah. The thieves crossed cash and jewelry from the house by taking the key from under the pillow of the woman sleeping on the terrace. When the family found out about this in the morning, they informed the police. When the police started investigating after a house search, an empty bag was found near the elementary school a short distance away.

Villager Mahendra Gupta’s house is at the crossroads of Banda-Tanda Road. He and his wife slept on the terrace on Saturday night. Said he kept the ladder door locked and the woman kept the key under her pillow. When the woman woke up at five in the morning, there was no key under the pillow. Even after searching, when the key was not found, the woman woke up to find the ladder door open. When I came down I saw that it was all scattered.

The police and the forensic team came on clues. Mahendra said the thieves took 35 thousand rupees in cash, half a box of jewelry, six sets of silver anklets, two gold rings, needle thread, necklaces and a large Mangal Sutra. Which is worth about two lakhs. Police found a stolen bag from the house near the village elementary school. Outpost in charge, Yashkaran Singh, said the incident was being investigated. The police also scanned footage from surveillance cameras installed near the house.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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