Got away with jewellery worth Rs 1.5L
BHOPAL: Hanumanganj Police have succeeded in arresting two accused of a theft case. The accused had stolen gold jewellery of their aunt. Police have recovered gold jewellery including 2 Mangalsutras, one gold chain, one ring, three pairs of ear rings, worth around Rs 1.50 lakh. The accused are namely Rohit alias Dutta (21), resident of Garib Nagar, Chola, Bhopal and Rahul (22), resident of Ibrahimganj, Bhopal.
The complainant Anjana Ghosle, resident of Ibrahimganj, Bhopal had lodged a report about the theft. In her report, she claimed that she had gone to attend a Puja on April 4 and when she came back, he found her gold jewellery missing. The complainant had also expressed doubt on her nephew Rahul of committing the theft. Rahul’s cousin brother Rohit alias Dutta was also involved in the theft.
Rahul was evading police arrest after the incident.Police on a tip off arrested Rahul and Rohit from Holi Chauk area in Ibrahimganj. During police interrogation, they confessed their crime and stated that they committed the theft as they wanted money. Police explaining about the modus operandi of the accused said that Rohit alias Dutta and Rohit are cousin brothers, who desire to live a luxurious life.
The complainant and the accused live in one building .The accused had seen their aunt keeping gold jewellery in a box and were looking for an opportunity to get hold of it. When she left her house for a religious function, they committed the theft. They had kept the jewellery in their rooms and were looking for the right time to dispose it.
Rohit alias Dutta has a criminal record in Hanumanganj police station and several cases of murder, attempt to murder, rape and eve-teasing are registered against him.
Laptop, jewellery stolen in thefts
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