Kasargod: Dacoits bind security guard, loot cash, silver jewellery from shop


Stephen Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network – Kasargod (MS)

Kasargod, Jul 26: In a shocking incident that took place on Monday July 26, dacoits bound the security guard of a jewellery shop at Manjeshwar Hosangadi and looted silver jewellery and cash from the shop.

The incident occurred at 2 am. The gang looted 15 kilo silver jewellery, 26 high end watches and Rs 4.5 lac in cash. Security guard Abdullah, resident of Kumble Kalathur is admitted to a hospital in Mangaluru. This dacoity took place at Rajadhani Jewellers on the side of NH of Hosangadi Pete.

In the primary investigation of the police, it has come to light that seven people were in the gang that carried out this dacoity. Police have collected CCTV footage.

This jewellery is owned by Ashraf of Manjeshwar. The dacoits first attacked security guard Abdulla on his head and then tied him up. Later they broke open the shutter and entered the shop. DySP Balakrishnan Nair informed that this must be the act of inter-state dacoits.

Manjeshwar police with canine squad and fingerprint experts are on the spot for further inspection.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • ANAND SHETTY, BALMATTA, YANBU - KSA

    Tue, Jul 27 2021

    I DO NOT KNOW HOW THEY COVERED THE SHOP IN A SINGLE SHUTTER. EVEN IN TOUGH RULED COUNTRY LIKE KSA, YOU WILL FIND THE GOLD SHOPS ARE COVERED WITH THICK 2 INCH METAL SHEETS (NOT SHUTTHERS) WITH WELDING PROOF LOCKS. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO OPEN OR IT WILL TAKE AT LEAST 6 HOURS. MAY BE THE OWNER MIGHT HAVE THOUGHT, IT WILL BE COVERED FROM INSURANCE. IT IS LIKE PEOPLE BUYING EXPENSIVE CARS, NOT BOTHERED TO CHANGE THE TYRES UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY WORN OUT/ EXPIRED AND END UP IN A ACCIDENT AND FINALY BLAMING THE CAR COMPANY.

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  • Damodar, Thonse

    Tue, Jul 27 2021

    Why they chose not to touch diamond and gold!!!!!!

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    Here I find very poor security for the shop.Not enough only a normal shutter,or cctv camera,should have installed a gate of hardware ,By opening with force a alarm should be installed .so that people gather to see what is wrong.When so much jewellary watches too in silver shop?why did security raise alarm?Hope one day they will be caught once again when they come to visit.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    Grill the security guard!

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  • Uttam, Manjeshwara

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    Security guard is stabbed by thieves .....he is admitted in mangalore

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    High Inflation & Unemployment ...

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    "DySP Balakrishnan Nair informed that this must be the act of inter-state dacoits." -- what is the clue for this kind of speculation?

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    All this can happen only in Kasargod.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    total lawlessness...

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  • Jamal, Mangalore/UAE

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    How come only a single sheet metal shutter can save the jewelry shop. Something is wrong.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Mon, Jul 26 2021

    "In the primary investigation of the police, it has come to light that seven people were in the gang" Including the security guard or without ? Cash must be Eid sales !

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