This gang targeted houses on rakhi, 4 held

  • | Thursday | 21st September, 2023

Ghaziabad: A gang of thieves involved in burgling locked houses in Delhi-NCR was busted with the arrest of four members on Wednesday, including a goldsmith. Police recovered Rs 51,000 cash, ten gold items worth Rs 5 lakh, a country-made pistol, and two knives.The police identified the accused as Kamil, a resident of Sambhal; Chand Mohmad, a resident of Tronica City, Ghaziabad; Nuruddin, a resident of Sambhal; and Mevaram, a native of Moradabad. Kamil worked as a supervisor in Loni, while Chand and Nuruddin worked as carpenters.Nipurn Aggarwal, DCP City, said, Police arrested the accused with the help of CCTV cameras and manual sources. The accused used to commit robbery in a locked house and sold the stolen items to the goldsmith in Moradabad.The accused carried out two robberies in Sihani gate during Rakshabandhan, firstly robbing a software engineers house of jewellery worth Rs 10 lakh when he visited his in-laws with his wife for rakhi. In the second robbery, the accused stole jewellery worth Rs 1 lakh and Rs 10,000 cash.One of the victims, Ankur, working in a private company in Noida, said the accused fled with jewellery, Rs 50,000 cash, and some foreign currency.About the modus operandi, Aggarwal said that the accused used bicycles for recce. Once they selected the house, two accused carpenters used their techniques to unlock the gates to enter the house. After the robbery, they fled on bicycles so no one would notice them.The police booked the accused under sections 380 (theft) and 457 (Lurking house-trespass or house-breaking by night to commit an offence punishable with imprisonment) of IPC. We also published the following articles recentlyTwo more accused arrested in Neomax fraud from ChennaiTwo more individuals have been arrested in the Neomax financial fraud case in Madurai, India, bringing the total number of arrests to 11. The accused are the managing director and a director of Neomax Properties Private Limited. The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) is continuing its investigation into the case, including looking into the companys properties and bank accounts. Meanwhile, a depositor has filed a petition seeking a CBI probe into the case. The Madurai EOW had registered a case against Neomax in June after many investors were cheated of over 100 crore.Robbery at docs house: Cops bust Rs 15 lakh claim, seize Rs 3.5 crorePolice in Ludhiana, India, were surprised to recover Rs 3.5 crore in cash (approximately $470,000) from a group of robbers, far more than the Rs 15 lakh (approximately $20,000) initially reported by the victims. The robbers had targeted the home of a doctor couple and were also found in possession of stolen jewelry worth Rs 22 lakh (approximately $29,500), a firearm, and two stolen cars. The police suspect the victims may have underreported the stolen amount due to fear of the income tax department and are investigating the involvement of insiders.

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