Dhoom movie-style robbery in Odisha; gang says: 'Catch us if you can'

A robbery has taken place at a high school in Odisha’s Nabarangpur district

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, July 05, 2022, 02:23 PM IST
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A robbery at a high school in Odisha’s Nabarangpur district has left the police confused. It took place at Khatiguda High School last Friday. The school peon found that the main gate was broken and informed the headmaster. Later they found that a computer, a printer cum Xerox machine and other valuable stationery items were missing. The robbers wrote on the blackboard, "Its me Dhoom 4. Coming soon [sic]."

The gang also wrote that they would strike again soon and challenged the school and police department to catch them if they could. They also wrote many phone numbers on the blackboard, giving clues to the cops to reach out to them or mislead them.

The headmaster, Sarbeswar Behera, said: "We found that the computer and Xerox machine were missing from the office room. Two of our teachers had retired and we had organised a farewell for them. Some musical instrument used in the function were also stolen by the miscreants.”

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