Goods worth Rs 30 lakh stolen from showroom
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In an electronics showroom on Chandigarh road, burglars decamped with electronic gadgets, including expensive mobile phones, laptops, I-pads and cameras besides Rs 2.25 lakh in cash on Saturday.
The police division number 7 have registered a case in this regard against unidentified accused.
The CCTVs installed in the showroom caught two youths stealing. The police have taken the video recording and initiated investigation.
Davinder Dhawan, owner of DeeKay Electronics, said they came to know about the incident at 11.30 am on Sunday as they opened the shutters. He was aghast at seeing the showroom ransacked. The security guard of the showroom was present outside the main gate of the showroom but he was unaware.
Dhawan said he incurred a loss of Rs 30 lakh in the incident.
Division Number 7 SHO Inspector Raj Kumar said the police had registered a case against unidentified accused and trying to identify the accused through CCTV footage.
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Striking during the Kisan Mela in Punjab Agricultural University on Saturday, burglars fled away with a laptop and camera from a car after breaking the windowpane of a car. The PAU police station registered a case against unidentified people.
Hitesh Sharma, an officer at crop Science Company, Chandigarh, said he was busy in Kisan Mela while his driver was sitting in the car. The driver went to an eatery, but on returning, he found that the windowpane of the car was broken and the bag was stolen.
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