40 lose jewellery worth ₹25-30 lakh at religious event

  • | Monday | 27th November, 2023

Nashik: Unidentified burglars decamped with gold jewellery worth over Rs 25 to 30 lakh stolen from devotees who attended the religious programme along Pathardi Road in Nashik city from November 21–25.Senior police inspector Nitin Pagar of the Indiranagar police station said that close to 40 people have registered complaints with them about theft of gold jewellery and other articles.The exact figure is not known. However, we estimate that gold jewellery worth over Rs 25–30 lakh may have been stolen in the rush, a police official said.Meanwhile, three theft cases were registered with different police stations in the city on Saturday. In the first case, a construction worker stated that 14 cellphones were stolen from the construction site on the night between Thursday and Friday in Panchavati.The workers who reside at the construction site had gone to sleep on Thursday at around 11.30 pm. A couple of hours later, they noticed that all the cellphones of the 14 workers were stolen. The Panchavati police is investigating the case.Meanwhile, a woman lost her gold chain worth Rs 40,000 at a religious event in Adgaonon Friday. She has registered a complaint with the Adgaon police.A 34-year-old woman was also robbed of her gold chain when she was boarding a city bus from Dwarka for Deoali Camp on Saturday afternoon.We also published the following articles recently2 criminals held, stolen jewellery worth Rs 12 lakh recovered in Andhra Pradeshs AnantapurThe Anantapur police in Andhra Pradesh arrested three criminals, including a notorious thief Peetla Gangadhar, alias Samba, who was recently released from jail in a case filed by Narayanapet police in Telangana. They also apprehended Basse Subhash for offenses committed in and around Tadipatri, and Kamsali Pavan Bahadur for his involvement in theft cases registered in Guntakal railway quarters. The police recovered gold jewellery valued at Rs 12 lakh from their possession. The arrests were made in separate operations conducted by Anantapur Rural, Putlur, and Guntakal One Town police units.No OTPs & no links, Rs 1 lakh stolen from Karnataka womans digital walletA cybercrook tricked a woman by pretending to be her fathers friend and siphoned off Rs 1 lakh from her account. The woman alleged that the police delayed responding to her complaint of losing the money. The miscreant siphoned off Rs 1 lakh by dropping her fathers name and she didnt click on any link or receive any OTP. The woman received a call from an unknown number impersonating a chartered accountant who sent her money through her digital payment application using her UPI ID. The miscreant deducted Rs 25,000 twice and Rs 50,000 once without OTPs.Panic over arms cache at Delhi airport: Police register FIRDelhi Police files FIR for recovery of arms and ammunition at Delhi airport; consignment meant for defence exhibition in Cairo; FIR under Arms Act and Section 420 filed on complaint by Air India cargo station security chief; Bhagwati Express asked to join investigation; weapons were inactive and wrongly declared as auto parts; Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) entrusted with setting up India Pavilion at Egypt Defence Expo; highest alert mode at Delhi airport due to interception of weapons; security stepped up for Air India flights due to terrorist threats from Sikhs For Justice; NIA books SFJ chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun.

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