Neemuch : The theft that occurred last month at Gyanoday College, located at Kanwati village, has been solved by the police. Police chief Rudolph Alwaris had constituted a team under the direction of additional police superintendent Pankaj Pandey and under the guidance of Pankaj Dixit. TI Hitesh Patil also guided the team.

The police team, along with the help of the cyber cell and tip offs, arrested all the three accused and the recovered stolen goods from them. It may be noted that on the intervening night of 5-6th April, three goons broke inside Gyanodaya College. They sneaked in the college through an open window and stole the computers, CPU, monitors, keyboards and other accessories. They also took away three mobile phones and a couple of speakers. On the complaint of an employee of the college, namely Sujit Kumar Yadav, the police filed a complaint against unidentified thieves, and commenced with the investigation instantly.

The thieves had sold two out of three mobiles. When the buyers inserted their sim card in the mobile phone, police instantly tracked down their phones and with their help, they reached the thieves.

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