Jewelry cash stolen from a closed house worth lakhs of rupees

Goods scattered after being stolen from a closed house in Kosikalan. conversation
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Kosikalan. Thieves have stormed a closed house in a colony on Shalimar Road. The thieves broke into the house by breaking the ceiling net and took away thousands of rupees’ worth of jewelry and cash. The family had been traveling to a wedding ceremony at the time of the incident.
Balram Pandey, a resident of a colony near the village of Narsi, went to the wedding ceremony with his family on Monday. The house was locked. Late at night, the thieves uprooted the net on the roof of the house and entered the house. The thieves stole cash worth 1.70 thousand rupees and gold and silver jewelry worth 6 lakh rupees, which was kept in the closet of the house.
After the incident, the thieves threw the idol of Thakurji sitting in the temple of the house at the main gate of the house. On Tuesday morning, neighbors saw things scattered outside the house and notified Balram Pandey of the matter. The landlord who got the information informed the police station. The police obtained the information and inspected the site. After reporting the victim, the police started the search for the thieves by filing a complaint against unknown thieves.
Theft in a closed house in Azizpur village
Kosikalan. Valuables, including jewelry valued at several thousand rupees, were taken away when the window of a closed house in Azizpur village was broken. Veervati’s son, a resident of Azizpur village, works in Gurugram. About a month ago Veervati went to Gurugram’s house with her sons after she locked the house. Thieves stormed his house on Monday night and entered by breaking the window of the house.
The thieves stole hundreds of rupees worth of silver and gold jewelry and other valuables from the house. Neighbors notified Veervati of the incident after seeing a broken window Tuesday morning. According to information, Veervati and the police station reached the place. Veervati checks the stolen goods. The police reported the incident.

Kosikalan. Thieves have stormed a closed house in a colony on Shalimar Road. The thieves broke into the house by breaking the ceiling net and took away thousands of rupees’ worth of jewelry and cash. The family had been traveling to a wedding ceremony at the time of the incident.

Balram Pandey, a resident of a colony near the village of Narsi, went to the wedding ceremony with his family on Monday. The house was locked. Late at night, the thieves uprooted the net on the roof of the house and entered the house. The thieves stole cash worth 1.70 thousand rupees and gold and silver jewelry worth 6 lakh rupees, which was kept in the closet of the house.

After the incident, the thieves threw the idol of Thakurji sitting in the temple of the house at the main gate of the house. On Tuesday morning, neighbors saw things scattered outside the house and notified Balram Pandey of the matter. The landlord who got the information informed the police station. The police obtained the information and inspected the site. After reporting the victim, the police started the search for the thieves by filing a complaint against unknown thieves.

Theft in a closed house in Azizpur village

Kosikalan. Valuables, including jewelry valued at several thousand rupees, were taken away when the window of a closed house in Azizpur village was broken. Veervati’s son, a resident of Azizpur village, works in Gurugram. About a month ago Veervati went to Gurugram’s house with her sons after she locked the house. Thieves stormed his house on Monday night and entered by breaking the window of the house.

The thieves stole hundreds of rupees worth of silver and gold jewelry and other valuables from the house. Neighbors notified Veervati of the incident after seeing a broken window Tuesday morning. According to information, Veervati and the police station reached the place. Veervati checks the stolen goods. The police reported the incident.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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