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Criminals decamp with gold and silver ornament worth over Rs 1.5 lakh
Jamshedpur: In a sensational incident, unknown criminals decamped with gold and silver ornament worth over Rs 1.5 lakh by breaking open the lock of a house at Budhram Mohalla under Sonari police station area in the night.
The house where the burglary took place place belonged to inlaws of chief minister Raghubar Das.
Following the incident, the police pressed a sniffer dog and a team of forensic experts for detection of the case.
According to information, thieves had entered into the residential premises from the backside of the single-storeyed building in the wee hours of Sunday and fled after taking the ornament through the same place they had entered.
In an FIR lodged with the Sonari police station. Deepak Sahu, one of the brothers-in-law of the chief minister has claimed that the burglars have taken away a pair of `payal,’ three gold rings, a necklace and a `mang-tika.’
Deepak said they are shocked after the incident. The portion of the house where burglary has taken place belonged to his younger brother Tarun who stays at Bangalore with family having locked the room.
“After they decamped with the ornaments the thieves had bolted our portion of the door from outside and we had to open it by using an iron ladder. After reaching the backyard we discovered that Tarun’s rooms have been burgled,” said Sahu.
OC, Sonari police station, Dharambir Singh said that they are investigating the incident.
“During investigation we found that a woman who stays in the second floor of a four-storeyed apartment building behind Sahu’s house had seen two teen-agers standing on the premises of the house. As there was a commotion and police party arrived at scene of crime, the woman came and revealed about what she had seen,” Singh said.
The OC said the sniffer dog and the finger-print experts could not trace anyone.
Incidentally, the OC said that he also spoke to Tarun over phone and asked about the ornaments he had kept in his room.
“When we spoke to Tarun said neither he nor his wife had not left any ornament at their room as they have settled in Bangalore itself. But as Deepak Sahu, who resides at the house, has given in writting, we will have to consider that the ornament as mentioned by the informant has been stolen,” said the OC.