Crime – Thieves blew cash-jewellery a day before son’s wedding

The house owner’s son shows the box lying open after the theft in Kachla. Dialogue
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Ujhani/Turtle. Thieves, active for the past several days in Kachla town, targeted a farmer’s house on Tuesday night. The thieves who entered inside by climbing the wall took away goods worth 2.5 lakh rupees including cash.
Ward number-two resident Narayan Kashyap’s house is populated. Narayan and his family were sleeping in the courtyard by locking the room. At five o’clock on Wednesday, when the house owner Narayan saw the lock of the room broken, he picked up the family members. There were no gold necklaces, chains, three rings, earrings, coils and 50 thousand rupees from the box kept in the room, the goods were scattered. Police was informed. Outpost in-charge Satyapal Singh reached the spot. Inquired about the incident from the house owner and his son Rambharose.
Narayan told that his son Rambharose is getting married on Thursday. After buying the jewelry for the wedding, he had arranged for the money and kept them in the box, which the thieves took away. Goods and cash worth Rs 2.5 lakh have been stolen. A complaint has been made to the police.
Let us tell here that in the last night, thieves had targeted three houses in Laxminagala locality and there have been incidents of theft at Gangaghat as well. The police have not been able to disclose any of the cases. Dialogue

Ujhani/Turtle. Thieves, active for the past several days in Kachla town, targeted a farmer’s house on Tuesday night. The thieves who entered inside by climbing the wall took away goods worth 2.5 lakh rupees including cash.

Ward number-two resident Narayan Kashyap’s house is populated. Narayan and his family were sleeping in the courtyard by locking the room. At five o’clock on Wednesday, when the house owner Narayan saw the lock of the room broken, he picked up the family members. There were no gold necklaces, chains, three rings, earrings, coils and 50 thousand rupees from the box kept in the room, the goods were scattered. Police was informed. Outpost in-charge Satyapal Singh reached the spot. Inquired about the incident from the house owner and his son Rambharose.

Narayan told that his son Rambharose is getting married on Thursday. After buying the jewelry for the wedding, he had arranged for the money and kept them in the box, which the thieves took away. Goods and cash worth Rs 2.5 lakh have been stolen. A complaint has been made to the police.

Let us tell here that in the last night, thieves had targeted three houses in Laxminagala locality and there have been incidents of theft at Gangaghat as well. The police have not been able to disclose any of the cases. Dialogue