Nashik: Spate Of Thefts Targets Women, Cash And Jewellery Stolen

Nashik: Spate Of Thefts Targets Women, Cash And Jewellery Stolen

The Sarkarwada police have initiated investigations into both cases. As incidents of theft rise, local authorities are urging residents to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to safeguard their belongings.

Prashant NikaleUpdated: Tuesday, March 05, 2024, 04:19 PM IST
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Nashik: In a series of thefts targeting women passengers, criminals struck in the Thakkar Bazaar and old CBS areas of the city, leaving victims in financial distress. Two cases of theft have been reported, prompting action by the Sarkarwada police.

On February 27 at 12:30 PM, Nanda Chowghule (Resident of Dhruvanagar) fell prey to a thief at Thakkar Bazar station. Exploiting the bustling crowd, the perpetrator made off with a significant amount, robbing Nanda of ₹1 lakh in cash. In another incident on Monday (March 4), Vandana Deore (Resident of Sakri, Dist. Dhule) became a victim of theft in the Old CBS area. Thieves managed to snatch jewellery valued at ₹9,000 from Vandana.

The Sarkarwada police have initiated investigations into both cases. As incidents of theft rise, local authorities are urging residents to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to safeguard their belongings.

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