Indore, AboutGyan Representative Crime News Indore. There are many theft and robbery cases in the city, in which the miscreants have not been caught so far. If there is pressure from a senior officer or leader in any case or if there is theft or robbery in the house of any officer, then the crook is caught quickly. One such case happened 10 days back. The miscreants committed theft in the abandoned house of a Doordarshan officer in Ravindra Nagar located in Palasia police station area. The police detected the thefts within 24 hours in the case and within 48 hours arrested the accused and sent them to jail.
In fact, in the past, thieves had entered the deserted house of Vijendra Baraniya, a Doordarshan official living in Ravindra Nagar and by breaking the locks of the cabinets, the thieves stole jewelery and cash worth lakhs. Vijendra had directly complained about the theft incident to the DGP, after which all the senior officers reached the spot. Taking immediate action in the case, the police have arrested four people including one main accused Shamu Silavat, two women and another accused who bought goods.
At the same time, the stolen goods have also been recovered by the police from the arrested accused. The main accused Shamu is an auto driver, who used to search the houses and make them a victim and also used to carry out the theft by keeping women together, so that no one could suspect Shamu. The police disclosed the whole matter in a single day. The police also got applause for making quick disclosures.
14 lakh loot not caught in MG Road
On March 24, Rs 14 lakh was looted from Snehlataganj resident Mahesh Toshniwal (44), a businessman who was returning after closing the shop. Mahesh had told the police that at around 9.30 pm on Tuesday night, he was going home by scooty with Rs 14 lakh for three days’ collection from a shop located on River Side Road. When the municipal corporation had reached the road, then two miscreants who were chasing them stopped them and started brawling. During this, a miscreant started arguing with the businessman, while the other opened the trunk with the master key and escaped taking out a bag full of 14 lakhs kept in it. Police reached the spot and made inquiries. Since then, the police have not been able to trace the miscreants in the case till now.
25 lakh theft accused were not caught in Bhanwarkuan
The accused could not be traced in the case of theft in the house of Dr. Puneet son Dinesh Kumar Gupta, who lives in Sapna Sangeeta Road Vidyanagar located in Bhanwarkuan police station area. 60 tola of gold, three kg of silver and three lakh rupees in cash were stolen from the doctor’s house. In this way a total of 25 lakh rupees was stolen. The incident is of 10 February 2020. Even after a year and four months, the police could not catch the thieves. The victim’s family has repeatedly applied to the DIG and other officials and demanded to catch the thieves. When the doctor came home and saw, it was found that the miscreants had also taken the DVR, so that the theft could not be detected.
Everyday thefts are happening in Lasudia
Cases of theft are constantly coming to the fore in Lasudia police station area. In the month of May alone, more than 30 cases of theft in the house and house have been registered. Apart from this, incidents of bike theft are happening daily. Two days ago too, residents of Mahalaxmi Nagar had applied to the Lasudia police station and demanded security. Along with this, it was also said that thefts are happening day by day by stealing bikes and entering houses. Resident Ashish Seete told that despite the daily thefts, there is no patrolling and policemen come to see. Police officers and jawans also live in this area, their houses are never stolen.