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Patna: Valuables worth lakhs stolen in 4 flats

PATNA: Three unidentified thieves stole valuables, including jewelry, from four flats of Sangeeta Sashwatam Apartment on Maurya Path at Khajpura below the Rajeev Nagar police station area in the state capital on intervening night time of April 1 and 2.
While flat quantity 301 in Block-A is owned by means of a CISF sub-inspector Ashok Singh, the other three are in Block-B.

Singh instructed NewsTread over telephone on Wednesday that thieves also decamped with gold and silver jewelry price round Rs7 lakh from his flat. Singh stated he used to be at NTPC Barh while his wife Lalima Singh had long gone to her parents area in Mandiri locality on Monday night time. Singh stated his wife informed him that in regards to the theft on Tuesday morning.

“Even after greater than 24 hours of detecting the crime, no fingerprint professional or dog squad reached the spot. We have no longer touched anything else but due to it,” he stated.

Rajeev Nagar SHO Madhusudan Kumar stated there used to be no use of sending any fingerprint professional or dog squad as a lot time had lapsed sooner than the incident used to be reported.

“Police are but to get details of valuables from different three flats as not one of the occupants approached us,” he stated.

Hotel supervisor, three others arrested: Four individuals, including Chandan Kumar, Sonu Kumar and Guddu Kumar were arrested from Hotel Orange Inn at Munna Chak below the Patrakar Nagar police station area on Tuesday night time for involvement in liquor smuggling. SHO Raj Kumar Singh stated Chandan used to be the resort supervisor while Sonu used to be an worker there. The rest two were customers. A bag with 23 liquor bottles used to be seized from the basement and Sonu accredited that liquor used to be being smuggled within resort for provide to its customers. SHO Singh stated empty liquor bottles were also discovered from room quantity 205 of the resort.

Youth shot at: One Ravi Ranjan (25) used to be shot at near Kurji Nala below the Digha police station area in city overdue Tuesday night time. SHO Sunil Kumar stated Ranjan used to be rushed to PMCH where his condition used to be solid. He stated the incident happened due to an previous rivalry.

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