Some unidentified burglars barged into a house in Priyadarshani Nagar between the intervening night of Sunday and Monday and decamped with cash Rs 6.5 lakh besides gold ornaments collectively of Rs 9.30 lakh. The incident has been reported under the jurisdiction of Pratapnagar police station.
As per the information, Prakash Munnalal Kanojiya (52), a resident of Plot no. 112, Priyadarshani Nagar, NIT Garden, told cops that, on Sunday evening accompanied by his wife he had gone for a birthday celebration in Sadar and got back in the wee hours of Monday. However, in the meantime, some miscreants barged inside her house by breaking the latch of the main door and fled with the gold ornaments and cash kept in wooden almirah.
Pratapnagar police have booked the unidentified miscreants under Sections 457, 380 of the IPC and started the probe.
Cops arrest three; solve 20 cases of vehicle lifting in Sitabuldi
In a significant action against the increasing incidents of vehicle lifting and robberies, Sitabuldi police arrested three persons and solved 20 of such incidents. Cops have also recovered nine two-wheelers, five number plates of the stolen vehicles and scrap of two vehicles collectively worth Rs 4.59 lakh from their possession.
The accused identified as Aniket Jagdish Badode (19), a resident of Nandanvan, Sheik Imran Husain (30), a resident of Hudkeshwar and Shashim Vinayak Ukey (19), a resident of Wathoda road have booked under relevant sections and placed under arrest.
According to police sources, accused Aniket and Shashim would commit crime to match-up high class lifestyle. The duo would rent and sell vehicles to their friends and also sold vehicle’s scrap to accused Sheik.
On May 23, the sleuths of Sitabuldi police received a tip-off about the accused duo that would lift vehicles from Alankar Square premises. Following which cops laid trap and caught accused Aniket and Shashim from Dhantoli Ground. During the interrogation the duo revealed everything and also informed cops that they would take assistant of Sheik to settle stolen vehicles. Following which cops also detained him.
Two arrested for mobile theft in Sitabuldi
As in yet another breakthrough against the rise in cases of mobile theft Sitabuldi police have arrested two persons and recovered 17 mobile phones to the tune of Rs 2.20 lakh and two bikes worth Rs 2.10 lakh from their possession.
Police arrested accused indentified as Bushan alias Rohan Jagdish Parde (21) and Ritesh Kamal Kuril (19), both residents of Saint Ravidas Mata Mandir, Timki in this connection.
According to police sources, mobile tracing made a breakthrough in this case. Few days back two bike-born miscreants snatched away a man’s mobile from Morbhavan. Following his compliant cops traced the location of the stolen phone in Jaripatka area. Subsequently, the sleuths of Sitabuldi police rushed to the spot. When cops interrogated the mobile user, he informed police that he had bought the phone from one of his Timki based friend Rohan Parde. Following which, cops nabbed Rohan and during interrogation he told about his accomplice Ritesh.
Man killed in road mishap in Hingna
A 32-year -old man was killed after his motorcycle skidded on the road in Hingna area on Saturday night. The deceased has been identified as Sunilal Pritam Kumbhare (32), a resident of Rampuri, Madhya Pradesh, who was heading towards Waghdhara from Gumgaon on the motorcycle.
While passing through Vrindavan city, Sunilal lost control over the wheel and the bike skidded on the road. He sustained grievous head injuries in the mishap. He succumbed to the injuries at the hospital. Hingna police have registered a case of accidental death and are investigating further in the matter.