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    Two separate incidents of theft have reported in Vadodara city. The thieves targeted a doctor’s house in a society near Vadodara railway station and fled after stealing gold ornaments worth Rs 1.50 lakh. While in another incident the thieves target and stole 15000 rupees from the house of a MSU professor living in Manjalpur area.

    Asmita Ben Parmar, a resident of Savgan Society near the railway station in Vadodara city, works as a management in Shri Jagdish Hospital on Dabhoi Road and her husband is MD and a doctor in the same hospital. His 18-year-old son was diagnosed with Corona positive so they locked their house on October 3 and went to Ahmedabad Hospital for treatment of their son.

    On 5th October they were informed about theft in their house and they rushed to Vadodara and found lock of the main door of house broken. The thieves stole gold chain, bracelet, bangles, earrings, mangalsutra, ring other gold ornaments worth 1.20 lakhs from the house. However they did not steal Rs 50,000 in foreign currency cash and it was found safe.

    In another incident the thieves target a house of MSU professor lives in Manjalpur. Kalpeshbhai Bhavsar, a resident of Shankar Bagh Society in Manjalpur area of ​​Vadodara city, is working as a professor in the Polytechnic at MS University.

    Meanwhile, on October 5, he came to know that a burglary had taken place in the house. Investigations revealed that an unidentified thief broke into the house by breaking the lock of the back door and broke the lock of three two-bedroom vaults, scattering belongings and stealing Rs 15,000 in cash from a wooden cupboard. Checking the CCTV cameras in the house, it was found that four thieves had committed the theft. Manjalpur police registered a case of theft in this regard and speeding up the investigation to caught the accused.

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