Kundapur: Burglars break into temple - Loot silver worth Rs 10 lac


Silverster D'Souza

Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (MS)

Kundapur, Feb 26: Temples are being the target for thieves in the vicinity of Byndoor for quite some time now. On the late night of Tuesday, thieves entered Badakere Laxmijanardhana temple and decamped with silver items worth more than Rs 10 lac.

In addition to several kilograms of silver, the thieves have also stolen the CCTV DVR and LED TV.

The silver frame that was put on the entrance door of the temple is completely removed. The value of the CCTV DVR is said to be Rs 50,000.

PSI Sangeetha, station officer of Byndoor police station is on the spot along with the canine squad and fingerprint experts.

This is the fourth such instance in the last two months. Public are scared due to the repeated attack of thieves on temples. A case in this regard is registerd in Byndoor police station.

 

 

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Feb 26 2020

    One should not depend only on CCTV camera in future.Set one secret camera elsewhere .This must be the work of insider who knew the daily routine of Temple.Other side reduce in future Gold and silver in temple.Deity or God wants only prayers and good heart of his followers.In future dont bring gold from Gulf .Is available here too.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Feb 26 2020

    Now we know why some Trustees don't wish to install CCTV ...

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