Booty worth Rs 1.85L stolen from property dealer’s house

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Jan 2019 11:58:50


 

Staff Reporter,

Miscreants targeted locked house of a property dealer located at Nasheman Apartment and escaped with valuables worth Rs 1.85 lakh under Talaiya police station area on Saturday.


According to the police, the victim Afroz Jahan, 55, wife of Masroor Mohammad, lives at Nasheman Apartment. She is a housewife and her husband does property dealer work. On Saturday, at around 9:30 pm, after locking home, she gave house keys to a neighbour women named Chhoti. She, along with her family, had gone to Silver Marriage Garden at Lalghati and on return, they found that the  valuables were missing. The victim approached the police and a complaint was made stating that she had gone to attend a marriage ceremony and when they returned, they found that the locks were broken and on entering, the house was found ransacked. Gold jewellery worth Rs 1.25 lakh and Rs 60,000 cash were found missing, claimed the victim. Based on the complaint, after the preliminary investigation, the police have registered a case under Section 457 and 380 of the IPC and have started further investigation.

Meanwhile, in another incident at Ginnori area of Talaiya, unidentified thieves stole Rs 5,000 cash and silver jewellery all to the tune of Rs 15,000 from the locked house of a BCA student Irshad when he along with family members were not present at the home on Saturday. In the last incident, gold jewellery worth Rs 60,000 were stolen from a bag in an autorickshaw near Bhopal RPF thana on December 26; a complaint was lodged by the victim on Sunday after which complaint was lodged by Bajaria police. The victim Nahid hired an autorickshaw on December 26 for her house at Qazi Camp when she returned from Lucknow.

She found that she left her bag in the autorickshaw after reaching home and came out to search autorickshaw and after finding it, driver provided her bag but the valuables were missing. She lodged complaint on Sunday. The total loss was around Rs 60,000, claimed the victim. The police have registered a case under Section 380 of the IPC and started further investigation.