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    Thieves steal gold and silver jewellery from closed house of trader who went to Rajasthan to celebrate Diwali

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    As per the complaint registered in Makarpura police station the family living in Srinathji Park Society in Makarpura area of Vadodara had gone to Rajasthan to celebrate Diwali. Meanwhile unidentified thieves targeted the closed house and stole gold, silver jewelery and cash. The owner get to know the incident after checking his home’s CCTV camera on his mobile phone.

    Shekhar Krishna Mohan Srivastava, a resident of Srinathji Park Society on Novino Tarsali Road in Makarpura area works aspharmaceutical distributor and markets drugs. He went to Udaipur with his family to celebrate Diwali.

    Meanwhile, the CCTV camera installed in his house yesterday revealed that the house had been targeted by the thieves after he checked the application on his mobile as per the routine. He immediately rushed to Vadodara and found that the back grill was broken by the thieves and they decamp with jewellery and cash kept inside. Makarpura police had registered a case of theft against unidentified thieves on the basis of a complaint and conducted a thorough investigation.

    In another incident a man was arrested by the police from near Vitthalnathji’s temple in Mandvi with the intention of stealing. During patrolling the city police station team stopped a person on suspicion near the gate of Vitthalnathji Temple in Mandvi. During interrogation he identified himself as Bhagwan Gulabrao Tinani resident of Warasia and while searching they found  hacksaw blade, dismiss, tester, cutter bar, safe key, torch and other from his possession.

    Preliminary investigation by the police felt that the equipment is surely for burglary and so they register a case against him under GP Act 122 (e) and take legal action.

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