Four arrested for Goregaon burglary
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Vanrai police have arrested four Nepal natives for allegedly burgling the Goregaon residence of an architect last month. Three other accused, including two who worked as watchmen of the building, are wanted in the case.
Police said the complainant, Prasad Walavalkar, had gone to his native place in Nashik on January 25 and when he returned on January 28, he found that the lock to his house had been broken. A cupboard inside was broken open and cash and jewellery totally worth Rs 9 lakh were missing. He then approached the Vanrai police.
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