Indore: Robbers have a field day, loot locked

Indore: In a growing trend, it was witnessed that robbers had a field day at empty houses in five places within past 24 hours in the city. The pattern followed by the thieves is worrying as it indicates that some insider must have played a key role in this. It just could not be a coincidence where there were no residents present during the time of theft.

The cops must quiz the support staff of these families during their probe process. The support staff which include servants, drivers etc who are mostly locals cannot wash off their hands. Their alleged involvement in giving a tip off cannot be rules out. It is a matter of growing concern these days.

Tulsi Nagar

Thieves entered the house of Piyush Sharma in Tulsi Nagar after breaking open the lock on Wednesday and decamped with LED, sound system, a mangalsutra, a gold ring, two gold chains and a mobile phone from his house. Sharma was away when the thieves entered his house.

The incident was discovered when one of the family members returned home. Later, the police were informed.

Anandi Nagar

Another incident took place at Anandi Nagar under Khajrana police station jurisdiction on Wednesday. House owner Pushpabai lodged a complaint that thieves broke open the door and took away cash and other valuables from there. The incident took place between 3 pm and 6 pm when Pushpa was away. Police are clueless about the thieves till filing the report.

Sukhdev Nagar

Thieves targeted another house in Sukhdev Nagar under Aerodrome police station area. House owner Kamal Goyal approached police station on Wednesday and informed that he along with family members had gone out of station when thieves entered the house on February 18 and decamped with cash and silver ornament from the almirah.

Scheme Number 74 A shop was also burgled in Scheme Number 74 under Vijay Nagar police station jurisdiction. Bajrang Nagar resident Vinay Mandawra stated in his complaint that he along with brother reached his shop in the morning of February 19 when they found goods in disarray. Thirteen mobile phones, 10 power bank, portable speaker and Rs 8700 were stolen from the safe. The police are examining the CCTVs to trace the accused.

Simrol Road, Mhow

House of Manvendra Pratap Singh situated at Simrole Road, Mhow was also burgled when the house owner was out for some work. Thieves managed to flee with Rs 65000 cash and other valuables worth Rs 1.8 lakh from the almirah of Singh’s house.

Cash, mobile phone stolen from SUV

Another theft incident was reported in Aerodrome area on Wednesday. Guna resident Preetpal Singh came to Vaishnav Vihar Colony to meet a relative. He had parked his SUV outside the house when anti social elements have stolen cash, mobile phone and cloths from his vehicle after breaking its windscreen.

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