Moodbidri: Thieves strike two houses, steal valuables worth Rs 10 lac

Daijiworld Media Network – Moodbidri (MS)

Moodbidri, Mar 20: Thieves entered two houses near the entrance of Alangaru Mahalingeshwara temple on NH 169 on Sunday March 19 and took away gold, silver ware and cash.

Retired bank officials Ratnakara Jain and his neighbour Dheerendra Hegde had gone to Jain Basadi at 8 am along with their families in order to offer pooja.

Thieves broke the latch of back door of Ratnakar Jain’s house, entered inside and took away 25 sovereign gold and Rs 20000 cash. Then they entered the house of Dheerendra Hegde by breaking open the latch of front door and took away 20 gram of gold and Rs 60000 in cash. The total value of stolen valuables is Rs 10 lac.

Moodbidri police station (file photo)

Panambur ACP Manoj Kumar visited the spot. Inspector Niranjan Kumar of Moodbidri police station registered a case. Canine squad and finger print experts have also took vital clues from the houses. It is suspected that the act must be carried out by people who know the area very well.




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  • soni, usa

    Tue, Mar 21 2023

    this moobidiri police will do nothing BECAUSE this police station never helped any one that city this city just have one physician WHOLE TOWN police totally horrible they never helped our house robed in moobdiri. THIS CITY POLICE ARE NOT WORKING FOR POOR PPL OR THEY JUST SITTING THERE DRINK TEA LOOK MOBILE PHONE NOTHING ELSE.. ALL KANNADA SPEAKING GOWDA WORKING THER HORRIBLE CITY IN KARNATAKA POLITICITION GARABGE THERE

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Day Light Robbery in India -Acche Din Sarkar is ruling............. It is sure that 40% goes to them in everything.

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  • Mahesh, Udupi

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    That too at morning 8.0 clock..🤭.

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  • Dr Kumari Kusuma Gunji MBBS DGO DNB, Nellore Kodyadka

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Never store gold at home. These days thrives are plenty

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  • Malaika Neesha, Bangalore

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Regular Common Names, Self Robbery For Insurance Purposes, May God Save Devils Of This Country.

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  • SVK, Bangalore

    Wed, Mar 22 2023

    Hope you are aware of Theft insurance before commenting here.Theft insurance doesn't cover burglary. This is a case of burglary and to claim you need to file an FIR.Post enquiry and report submission, then the claims are settled.Which idiot would risk his respect in the society for insurance. Insurance doesnt cover the loss of cash.Only valuables like electronic goods,furniture and Gold ornaments are considered.And moreover depending on the property your insurance premium would be decided.Certain times premium paid in ages might be more than certain losses.Kindly avoid such ill mannered comments without knowing anything. These houses belong to 2 respected individuals in the society It would be good to remain silent if you can't share any sympathy towards their loss rather than making an imbecilic statement.

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  • Lance Moniz, Mangalore/Hathill

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Surprised to note that the retired bank officials kept cash and gold at home , instead of bank account and locker.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    dont be surprised..but think...why as bank officials they are keeping such valuables at home...they are more safer at home than bank nowadays as no one knows when changu and mangu will collapse the banks...

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Kandudinu ninna janakule. 100% sure!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    bangar kanduni yepala ninna janakuluya...nammet kelavu pettada byarad ulla...aitt la support bajrangi daklena unduya...e wa male mangeya...

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  • william, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Shankar, Were you with them to make 100% sure.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    Economy is in shambles; stock market is getting slaughtered; uncontrolled inflation; increasing unemployment; collapse of MSME sector are the main factors leading to daring daylight robberies!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Mar 20 2023

    acche dins for even at 8 am? kya haal hai re baava is desh ka....

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