Bantwal: Gold ornaments worth lacs of rupees stolen from house

Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Dec 2: Thieves entered a house at Parlottu, Neralakatte near Mani in the taluk and stole gold ornaments worth several lacs of rupees on Monday night.

The theft happened in the house of Ummer Farooq, a resident of Parlottu. The theft came to light on Tuesday December 1 morning. The family members were asleep when the thieves entered their house from the rear door.

The family members saw in the morning after opening the front door that an empty box was discarded there. The box reportedly contained an 80 gram golden necklace, two gold bangles weighting 60 sovereigns, a mobile phone and cash.

Vittal police station (file photo)

Vittal station house officer Vinod Reddy and other staff visited the house and undertook verification. A case of theft was registered in Vittal police station.





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  • KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Wed, Dec 2 2020

    In many banks safety lockers are pleantily available....
    Though, now charges are increased ,it is better to take them on rent to safe keep jeweleries and other items .....
    After effect of lockdown is being felt now and looting, dacoity, theft increasing..

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Dec 2 2020

    Educated people keep their Gold in Bank Lockers ...

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