Sakkardara police have booked some unidentified miscreants for reportedly stealing around 20 iron channels collectively worth Rs 1.50 lakh from Shivaji Sabhagruha in Dattatraya Nagar. The incident occurred in the wee hours of Monday.
Cops have booked the unidentified burglars under section 379 of the IPC in this connection.
According to police sources, a 37-year-old supervisor of hall, Sachin Bhagwanji Bhagat, a resident of New Narsala Road had locked the hall on Sunday and went to home. However, when he got back next day he discovered around 20 iron channels missing. Between the intervening night of Sunday and Monday some unidentified miscreants reportedly broke in the gate of the hall and decamped with 20 iron channels.
Cable worth Rs 1.83 lakh stolen from Pratapnagar
Pratapnagar police have rounded-up some unidentified miscreants for allegedly stealing 250 meters of cable worth Rs 1.83 lakh from Khamla Kalote Vidhyalaya between May 18 and June 1 this year.
According to police sources, complainant Aakash Ashokrao Kharabe (32) a resident of Manish Nagar received a tender from Polycab Wire Pvt. Lmt. to lay underground cable for Maharashtra State Electricity Board. Following which he started the installation work. During installation work in Khamla Kalote Vidhyalaya, Aakash left with 250 meters of additional cable. Owing to which, Aakash rolled the cable to a drum and placed it near the school between May 18 and June 1.However, in the meantime some unidentified burglars fled with the drum, following which Aakash approached Pratapnagar police station.
Pratapnagar police have registered a case under section 397 of the IPC.
Three clerks for duping firm of Rs 4.90 lakh in Wadi
Wadi police rounded-up three clerks of Defence Project Cooperative Credit Society on charges of criminal breach of trust for alleged misappropriation of funds to the tune of Rs 4.90 lakh.
Cops have booked the three clerks Ambadas Shriram Meshram, S Y Omkarand and Prateek Madhusudan Athwale in this connection.
According to police sources, the society was giving emergency and educational loans only to its members. Between May 31, 2017 and July 17, 2018, the three accused disbursed loans of Rs 4.90 lakh to non-members allegedly for self gains.
Following a complaint lodged by Sameer Chimote (39), Chartered Accountant of the society, police registered an offence under Sections 408 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code against the accused.
Youth commits suicide in Nandanvan
A youth ended his life by hanging at his home in Nadanvan area on Tuesday night.
The deceased has been identified as Akshay Rajeshwar Deshmukh (23) a resident of Laxminarayan Apartment in Nandanvan.
According to police sources, Akshay was found hanging from the ladder with a cable inside the elevator motor room of his flat scheme around 11.45 pm on Tuesday. On the basis of the information given by Kunal (26), elder brother of the deceased, Nandanvan Police started the investigation to ascertain the reason behind Akshay taking the extreme step.
Cops seize five trucks for illegal transporting of sand
Traffic police on Wednesday seized five trucks for illegal transportation of sand in Kalama area. The police have booked five persons in this regard.
The accused were identified as Satish Bajirao Waghade (29), Dhyaneshwar Shrihari Pandre (30), Vijay Laxman Shendre (24) all residents of Bhandara, Sheik Wasim Sheik Babu (28), a resident of Kamptee and Purushottam Gorelal Chauhan (30), a resident of Pardi, Nagpur.
Acting on a tip-off, special teams of traffic police launched checking of trucks passing through the Kalamna area in early hours. The cops found sand laden trucks parked in Chikhali area. Sand and truks collectively worth Rs 76 lakhs were seized by the police.
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