Burglars assault couple, decamp with cash, jewellery in Ludhiana

The complainant and his spouse experienced just stepped into their house right after shelling out obeisance at a temple when the accused barged into their dwelling, assaulted them with sharp-edged weapons.

Unidentified burglars broke into a household in Machinewala Bazar on Sunday night.

The complainant, Krishan Kumar Singla, 50, reported he and his spouse experienced just stepped into their house following paying obeisance at a temple when the accused barged into their residence, assaulted them with sharp-edged weapons, and gagged them with tape.

Holding the couple captive, the accused robbed them of diamond bangles, diamond rings and 1.5 lakh in cash. Later on, when their nephew Sahil came residence to stop by the few, he was stunned to discover them wounded and lifted the alarm.

Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) Main Singh mentioned a scenario experienced been registered below Sections 380 (theft in dwelling home), 323 ( voluntarily leading to damage) and 506 (prison intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been lodged in opposition to the accused.

The accused have been captured in the CCTVs installed in the spot. The police have been hoping to trace the accused.

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