- Theft incident in the posh colony of Gwalior
- Thieves raided three flats in the same apartment
- All three flats were empty, the thieves came out after cleaning their hands comfortably
Gwalior: The graph of criminal incidents is increasing continuously in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh. Despite all the efforts of the police, criminal incidents could not be stopped. Especially the incidents of theft are increasing continuously. A similar case has come to light from the posh colony of the city where thieves broke the locks of three flats located on the second floor of an apartment and carried out the theft. The thieves stole the cash and jewelry kept in the flats. The occupants of these flats are currently out. It is only after their arrival that it will be known how much the thieves have cheated.
The theft took place on the intervening night of Monday-Tuesday at Madhusudan Apartment in Alkapuri, city center of Gwalior city. Police reached the spot and started investigation. Police are trying to find out how the gang of thieves entered the apartment by looking at the CCTV footage and why the guards did not stop them.
It is said that Dinesh Rai lives in Madhusudan Apartment. He is posted as General Manager in a private company in Delhi. Here his family lives. A day earlier, he had left for Delhi with his family. His flat was locked. In the morning, the residents of other flats informed that the lock of their flat was broken and the door was open. Everything inside was scattered. As soon as he came to know about the matter, he left for Gwalior from Delhi. He says that along with cash, ancestral jewelry was also kept in the flat. Now on their arrival, it will be known whether the goods have been stolen or left.
Ankush Rathi also has a flat in the same apartment. Manish Kumar lives in the flat. Manish Kumar is an employee of Punjab National Bank. A day earlier, he too had left for his home. The flat was deserted, the thieves entered inside by breaking the lock. The thieves crossed Rs 20,000 in cash, jewellery, other items. The bank employee has also been informed. When they arrive, the stolen items will be found.
Jyotsna Rana’s flat is near Dinesh Rai. He is posted as Professor in KRG College. Right now his flat is lying vacant. The thieves also cracked the locks of this flat, but due to being empty, there was neither goods nor jewelry and cash. Thieves have taken out taps from some taps from here.