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Moodbidri: Police nab woman involved with theft of gold, cash

Yashodhara Bangera

Daijiworld Media Network - Moodbidri (SP)

Moodbidri, Jan 11: A woman, who reportedly used to steal purses and gold ornaments, was arrested by the police personnel here on the evening of Thursday, January 10.

The arrested woman has been identified as Ayesha alias Samreen (24), wife of Shaffi from Bommanakatte in Bhadravati, Shivamogga district.

Reportedly, the woman used to come and stay with her relatives residing at Bannadka. When a woman visited a finance company here on Thursday to get the gold ornaments pledged, the accused had stolen a purse kept in a bag held by the said woman. The purse contained cash amounting to about Rs 13,000. The woman who lost the purse had filed police complaint.

The police had been on extra vigil since sometime as there have been reports of several purses, gold and cash being stolen since sometime. The police checked the CCTV footage in Alankar Finance here, and found that the scene of the woman stealing purse there was captured. On the basis, police personnel of the station conducted an operation and finally succeeded in taking custody of the accused woman from the bus stand. 

During her questioning, the woman told the police about stealing Rs 21,000 belonging to a customer from near C H Medical here. The police have recovered Rs 34,000 in total relating to the above two thefts. The accused woman was produced in the court here.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Forgive and provide her some job but arrest her husband first. without husband support and encouragement she never ever dare to loot others.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Even after 70 years of appeasement, reservations and quotas, you are still asking us to provide her husband a job?

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    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    When hunger and greediness strike in the mind of people there is no religion in the earth TO control on humans ! that is the best example which is happening around the world ! some religion are build on fear in the mind of PEOPLE who should and must believe GOD and do whatever which is said in scriptures !

    Sharia Law as like any other laws on earth purely made for the poor and middle class people who honestly believe in god becasue they dont have any other options in life rather than worshiping in GOD ! People who living in INDIA most of them not pray to god 5 times a day but the day landed in MIDDLE EAST they obey the rule !

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  • G M Hegde, Udupi

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Chor by day, member of political party by evening.

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  • ramesh shettigar, Mangalore

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    a beautiful thief

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  • Namith, Kottara

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Misquith , she will be punished as per IPC Law , Sharia dosent apply in India

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  • PAM suvarna, Karkala

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Feel pity on her case
    Situation may forced her to indulge this kind of work,let fare justice prevail.

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  • Prashant Karkera, Hejamady/Mumbai

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Let us blame Modi for this and instigate that this is happening only after 2014 .....

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    correct. she would not have to steal if chaiwala modi was giving 15 lakhs .

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    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Chop off one of her damn hand .

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    We have our own democratic laws. Cutting hand for theft is not the punishment here. Keep your gulf laws in gulf only.

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  • Mango, Mlore

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    Hatred is not good for anyone's health. Punishments should be given for introspection and rehabilitation. and proportionate to the committed crime.

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Fri, Jan 11 2019

    If we started to chop hands, then lost of politicians and their chelas would have been without arms by now.

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