Morwa police caught 3 vicious thieves, seized goods worth 6 lakhs. singrauli news 3 vicious thieves caught by morwa police goods worth 6 lakh seized. singrauli news

Singrauli Crime News: The Morwa police was successful in arresting three accused who had stolen about 6.25 lakh rupees by breaking into an abandoned residence of NCL between Tuesday and Wednesday under the Morwa police station of Singrauli district. The police have recovered the stolen cash and other goods from them. In the said case, Guddu sweeper father Babulal sweeper age 30 years, resident of Chief House and 2 law protesting juveniles are involved. Those who have targeted many heard houses of Singrauli in the past and had also escaped from Rewa Child Improvement Home in the past.

this is the case

According to the information received, on Wednesday, December 21, NCL employee Singheshwar Rawat’s father, late Nandipat Rawat, resident of Quarter No. 4/2 NCL Colony, appeared at the Morwa police station and submitted an application that he had gone to relatives with the family on Monday evening and returned two days later. On his return, he came to know that lakhs of rupees had been stolen from his house by burglars. Taking this matter seriously, Morwa TIUP Singh had formed a team under the guidance of Singrauli Superintendent of Police Birendra Singh, Additional Superintendent of Police Shivkumar Verma and SDOP Rajeev Pathak and started searching for the accused, where on the information of the informer He was arrested under sections 457, 380 Bhadvi in ​​the early hours today.

this mushroom seized

The police recovered from the accused one pair of gold and silver jewellery, one pair of bracelets, one half set of mangalsutra, one chain, two rings, one pair of earrings, one pair of earrings, five pairs of ear rings, three pairs of jeetiya, five pairs of anklets, locket of children. Three, four nose nails, six pairs of nettles, one nose ring, one tika and Rs 5,000 in cash have been recovered.

Singrauli News: 3 vicious thieves caught by Morwa police, goods worth 6 lakh seized

were involved in the action

In the above proceedings, sub-inspectors Vinay Shukla, Sudhakar Singh Parihar, assistant sub-inspectors Ramnaresh Shukla, Umesh Agnihotri, Ajit Singh, head constables Tribhuvan Narayan Mishra, Neeraj Singh, constables Sumat, Subodh Tomar, along with women constables Jayanjali Dubey and Pooja were involved.

Report of Raghavendra Singh Gaharwar from Singrauli

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