Udupi: Police return stolen goods worth Rs 90.78 lac to true owners


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SP)

Udupi, Nov 23: The police department had organized a progrmme at the district armed reserve police force ground (Chandu Maidan) on Tuesday November 23 for returning goods and vehicles which were lost in theft and other cases by their owners. Goods pertaining to the years 2020 and 2021 were returned. Out of 151 cases in the year 2020, stolen goods were recovered and restored in 45 cases.

The goods returned pertained to 151 cases registered in the year 2020. They included one case relating to murder for gain, 14 cases of robbery, one daylight robbery, seven cases of theft at night, five cases of theft of vehicles, four cases of house thefts and 13 other theft cases. Out of thefts totalling to Rs 3.13 crore, valuables worth Rs 58.47 lac were detected and returned.

During the year 2021, two cases of murder for gain, one case of robbery, one daylight theft, six night thefts, 13 vehicle thefts, one house theft and seven other thefts were detected. From among the total theft of Rs 2.61 crore reported, goods worth Rs 32.31 lac were detected and returned. Out of 161 cases, stolen items were found in 31 cases.

District superintendent of police, N Vishnuvardhan, additional superintendent of police, Kumar Chandra, and officers from all over the district participated in the programme. The owners of the lost goods were also present.

 

 

 

  

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    I am personally quite impressed about the honest action our Police Personel have displayed. Very many thanks to them. May the Almighty Bless them all !!!

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  • Damian, Bejai

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    Sir Yenna 15 lakshaaa…

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  • John Monteiro, Bondel, Mangaluru

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    Why are some recipients are allowd in the ceremony without masks?

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  • G Fernandes, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    "Honesty is a very expensive gift. Don’t expect it from cheap people. " Warren Buffett All the best to the Police Dept.,of Coastal District of Karnataka!

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    CONGRATULATIONS to SP Vishnuvardhan and his team. I think our DK Police commissioner Shashi Kumar and Udupi SP are working hard to give justice and confidence to citizens.

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    Tulu Nadu Police are indeed setting best examples! Truly people's own cops!

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    Good job by the police but these are just small value items but what about the various FLOURISHING MAFIAS be it construction, land, mining/quarry, sex or even the good old underworld mafia which seems to have merged with the politicians and have become 'mainstream'.

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  • Rajesh, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    Excellent work by the entire Police Department. Public should be more careful with their belongings. No don't link the success with Modi

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