A Gurgaon resident was robbed of gold jewellery worthy of more than Rs 25 lakh although obtaining some snacks along with his relatives users at a roadside dhaba on the Jaipur-Delhi highway on his way to Kothputli in Rajasthan.
Law enforcement explained the burglars stole a bag that contains jewellery and Rs 51,000 hard cash soon after breaking open up the rear window of Target Sachin Mittal’s automobile parked by the roadside close to the dhaba at Kapriwas village on the way.
Mr Mittal, an Alwar indigenous residing at Rajendra Nagar in Gurgaon, was on his way to Kothputli alongside with his relatives members when he made the decision to try to eat something in the dhaba.
On Mr Mittal’s criticism, an FIR was registered at the Bilaspur law enforcement station, police reported, incorporating they suspected users of “thak-thak” gang at the rear of this crime.
Customers of thak-thak gang, working on highways, generally rob men and women by distracting motorists by knocking at the vehicle’s window or typically by breaking it open, law enforcement claimed. Although the thieves are nonetheless to be recognized, the law enforcement claimed they are probing the criminal offense and hope to perform it out shortly.
“We are on occupation and scanning CCTV footage of the dhaba and the close by areas. We hope that the accused will be nabbed shortly,” reported SHO Ajay Malik of the Bilaspur police station.
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