Footage from CCTV confirmed that right after boys dumped the bag, it started to go mysteriously and disappeared

Sundari Planibel, a resident of Dindoshi, experienced approached law enforcement on Monday saying she experienced shed 10 tolas of gold jewelry, an officer explained.

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Released 17.06.22, 02:39 AM


A bunch of burglars stole a bag containing gold jewellery and vada-pavs due to the fact of the vada-pavs.

Law enforcement have recovered the bag from a rat hole, with the vada-pavs polished off but the gold still left intact.

Sundari Planibel, a resident of Dindoshi, experienced approached police on Monday stating she had lost 10 tolas of gold jewellery, an officer stated.

Planibel, who will work as a domestic aid, mentioned her employer experienced supplied her a couple of vada-pavs when she still left for home on Monday night.

She had some jewellery at residence which she needed to deposit in a bank. On reaching property, she picked up the jewellery, place it in the polythene bag in which she was carrying the vada-pavs, and left.

On the way, she gave absent the bag of vada-pavs — forgetting it also had the jewelry — to two boys. On achieving the financial institution, she realised her blunder. Frantic, she approached the police, who tracked the two boys down. But the boys explained they had dumped the bag in a rubbish vat as the

vada-pavs looked stale.

Footage from CCTV showed that immediately after the boys dumped the bag, it commenced to move mysteriously and disappeared. On Tuesday, the law enforcement scoured the holes in a close by gutter and found the bag and the jewellery.