Two cases of theft near PU in one week
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In the last week, there have been two thefts in and around Panjab University where the thieves have stole documents like passports, school leaving certificates, certificates of co-curricular activities and mark-sheets etc. In both the cases, the thieves stole the laptop bags containing the papers.
Kelzang Namgyel and his room-mate, who are students of PU and hail from Bhutan had their laptop bags stolen after the duo had went out for lunch on November 14. The bags also had their marksheets, character certificate, school leaving certificate, computer certificate, game certificates, PU's identity card, migration certificate and admission cards.
One of the police officials said: "Initially we thought that it was a prank by some of their friends. After the investigation, we have registered a case and are trying to catch the real thieves."
In the second incident at PU, Surender Kumar Saini, a non-teaching faculty, had his home broken into when he had gone to his native place. One of the police official said that Surender Kumar left the house on November 14.
"Since they had not left any money or gold ornaments, the thieves stole one bag containing laptop, car keys, passport, ID card and other documents," the police said. Cases hase been registered in both cases..