Stolen 50,000 – 50 thousand rupees crossed by a bicycle trunk outside Bakewar Police Station

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Baker. By opening the lock on Shikshamitra’s bicycle, which was parked in front of an electronics store in front of the police station, the villain exceeded 50,000 rupees. The incident was recorded in the video surveillance installed in the store. The police use the footage to search for the villain.
Awadhesh Narayan Bajpai, a resident of Nagla Shukla Village, is a teacher. He said that on Wednesday, along with son Niket, 50,000 rupees were withdrawn from the cooperative bank in Bakewar city. Put the money in your pocket and put it in the dicky. The son’s wallet fell on Tuesday. Located in front of the gate of Bakewar Police Station to write this application.
Near the electronics store. Here he parked the bike and began to write the application. Then the young man approaching the bike opened Dicky’s lock and crossed the money. When Niket saw the tail open, he passed the information on to the father and the police. Police officer in charge, Rajesh Kumar Singh, said the incident was recorded with video surveillance. The search for the thief is started on the basis of the footage. There is a possibility that the bank itself is behind the culprits.

Baker. By opening the lock on Shikshamitra’s bicycle, which was parked in front of an electronics store in front of the police station, the devil exceeded 50,000 rupees. The incident was recorded in the video surveillance installed in the store. The police use the footage to search for the villain.

Awadhesh Narayan Bajpai, a resident of Nagla Shukla Village, is a teacher. He said that on Wednesday 50,000 rupees were withdrawn from the cooperative bank in Bakewar city along with son Niket. Put the money in your pocket and put it in the dicky. The son’s wallet fell on Tuesday. Located in front of the gate of Bakewar Police Station to write this application.

Near the electronics store. Here he parked the bike and began to write the application. Then the young man approaching the bike opened Dicky’s lock and crossed the money. When Niket saw the tail open, he passed the information on to the father and the police. Police officer in charge, Rajesh Kumar Singh, said the incident was recorded with video surveillance. The search for the thief is started on the basis of the footage. There is a possibility that the bank itself is behind the culprits.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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