Indore Crime News: Bank employee’s house stolen in Indore
Indore (AboutGyan Representative), Indore Crime News. The house of a bank employee posted in Mumbai was stolen in Indore. The employee’s brother-in-law has complained to Banganga police station on Tuesday. 32-year-old Rohit’s son Umesh Singh Chauhan, a resident of Bhagyashree Nagar, said that Premium Paradise is the home of his brother-in-law Sukhpas Singh Bhadauria of Aurobindo Hospital. It was stolen on 10 May. Brother-in-law works in Mumbai at Bank of Maharashtra. They keep coming in two-three months. Rohit only looks after the house. When Rohit reached there on Tuesday, the outside gate was locked, but the lock of the main door was broken. When seen inside, the luggage was scattered. There was no jewelery and cash in the cupboard. TV and other material were also stolen.
After the complaint, the police searched the nearby CCTV cameras, questioned people but no information was received from anyone. Here, the Lasudia Police Station has registered a case of theft on the complaint of Rambabu Gurjar, resident of Kalpakamadhenu Nagar. Police said that the ATC tower at Nipania is the battery bank of the Amar Raja Company in Ankur courtyard. Thieves stole 22 cells from here.
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Three vicious thieves arrested even before the incident
Aerodrome police station on Wednesday arrested three crooks, Rajat, Rohit and Ravindra, before the robbery. Police said that information was received from the informer that three persons were planning to steal in the houses they had heard in the night, sitting near Chos Bangarada Road Kasam Bawdi. The police team arrived to apprehend the miscreants.
25-year-old silver son Kailash Jarele of Kaveri Nagar, 25-year-old Rohit alias Golu son Dinesh Pal and 24-year-old Ravindra alias Ravi son Premlal Gurjar, were arrested with weapons by the accused. An iron submachine, iron hammer and other weapons and tools have been recovered from the accused. Of these, a dozen have been charged against the accused Rajat, six on Ravi and three on Rohit. The accused have been produced and sent to jail.