Etawah News, Two Lakh Theft, Including Cash and Jewelry

Photo number 11 – Police officers are investigating the theft incident in the village of Kudaria on the spot
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Baker. On Wednesday evening, thieves in the village of Kudaria took goods worth 40,000 rupees and about two lakhs, including jewelry, from the mill operator’s house under construction. The whole family slept in a flour mill hut about two hundred yards from the house.
The incident became known the morning he reached the house. The homeowner reported the incident to Bakewar Police Station. The police are investigating the matter.
Construction work is in progress in the house of Dharamveer, a resident of the village of Kudaria. For this reason, on Wednesday evening, the whole family slept in the Mühlenhütte, a little away from the house.
According to Dharamveer, thieves broke into the house through the roof sometime during the night. Breaking the lock of the cabinet kept in the room took away 40,000 rupees including cash and jewelry worth about one lakh rupees.
His brother Raju arrived at the house to oversee construction on Thursday morning when the incident became known. The police were then informed. Police officer in charge, Rajesh Kumar Singh, said the thieves will be searched for after the matter is investigated.

Baker. On Wednesday evening, thieves in the village of Kudaria took goods worth 40,000 rupees and about two lakhs, including jewelry, from the mill operator’s house under construction. The whole family slept in a flour mill hut about two hundred yards from the house.

The incident became known the morning he reached the house. The homeowner reported the incident to Bakewar Police Station. The police are investigating the matter.

Construction work is in progress in the house of Dharamveer, a resident of the village of Kudaria. For this reason, on Wednesday evening, the whole family slept in the Mühlenhütte, a little away from the house.

According to Dharamveer, thieves broke into the house through the roof sometime during the night. Breaking the lock of the cabinet kept in the room took away 40,000 rupees including cash and jewelry worth about one lakh rupees.

His brother Raju arrived at the house to oversee construction on Thursday morning when the incident became known. The police were then informed. Police officer in charge, Rajesh Kumar Singh, said the thieves will be searched for after the matter is investigated.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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