Kasargod: Serial burglaries strike Chediadka, Badiadka police begin hunt

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (EP)

Kasargod, Apr 17: A series of burglaries has rocked the Chediadka area within the jurisdiction of the Badiadka police station. In one incident, approximately 15 sovereigns of gold were stolen from a residence.

The burglars gained entry by breaking the kitchen door of the residence belonging to Mohammed Shafi, a resident of Chedikkana. Subsequently, they accessed a cupboard inside the house and made off with 15 sovereigns of gold.

The theft was discovered upon the return of the residents, who had been visiting relatives. Additionally, neighboring houses belonging to Kalandar and Abdul Khader were also targeted by the burglars. However, as the residents of those houses are currently abroad, further details about the thefts at their properties are not yet available. The Badiadka police station has initiated an investigation into the matter.




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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai-Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 17 2024

    With the prices of precious metals reaching all time highs, and with the potential to rise up further, they would be the most sought after items by burglars and their likes; people should be extra cautious of their holdings (including display of precious ornaments on the person) to prevent such events!

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