Kasargod: Jewellery shop dacoity case - Police retrieve silver, cash from car


Stephan Kayyar

Daijiworld Media Network –Kasargod (DV)

Kasargod, Jul 27: Regarding the case where dacoits looted a jewellery shop in the district, police have found crucial evidence in the case.

Police have traced an Innova car which was used for the crime under Ullal police station limits. Ullal police have recovered 7.5 kg silver and Rs 1.50 lac cash from the car. After seeing police on rounds, the accused fled in another car, leaving the cash and ornaments in the Innova car at K C Road, said sources. When police searched the car they found cash and ornaments. It is suspected that the accused might have taken the rest of the ornaments along with them. It is said that the accused took an Innova car on rent from Surathkal.

Sub inspector Pradeep was injured when the accused attacked the police personnel in their successful bid to escape. 

The police have also retrieved watches, a gas cutter, sharp weapons, rod, DVR, spray paint, chilli powder. Items worth Rs 30 lac was seized.

The police had also examined the CCTV footage on the national highways earlier to trap the accused. They informed that the accused who were 7-8 in number are from Surathkal and Farangipete. 

It may be recalled, on July 26, a gang of dacoits looted 15 kilo silver jewellery, 26 high end watches and Rs 4.5 lac in cash from a jewellery shop at Manjeshwar Hosangadi, after assaulting the security guard. The security guard, Abdullah, was later shifted to a hospital in Mangaluru.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Joseph, Qatar

    Tue, Jul 27 2021

    Understandable if a jewellery shop in the precincts of a hustling and bustling crowded metropolis was looted. Look at the area where the shop is situated, it has green plantations around, one would get an impression that the shop is situated at the end of the jungle, so to say ... an ideal soft corner for a thief to wait, strike and plan his next move. Wondering how many thieves carried out rehearsals in the past before striking it rich.

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  • Nawaz, Manjeshwar

    Wed, Jul 28 2021

    Its indeed located in an isolated building behind the NH, they had shifted from NH to little behind due to fact that the new planned expansion of NH had acquired the land it existed previously. However i wonder in this technologically sophisticated zamaana, why not the Jewelers use proper alarm systems or many other available security solutions, CCTV is outdated. You can just milk profit, but also need to invest to grow business and safeguard it

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  • Charles Dles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, Jul 27 2021

    Akul murkud mooji dina.

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Tue, Jul 27 2021

    Too many jumla stories to hear these days. The dacoits who did a daring robbery, just saw the police cmng from a distance in night rounds, got scared and left car with jewels.

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