carjacking case

Police remain clueless even after a month

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, March 6

Even after elapsing of over a month, the Ranjit Avenue police were still clueless about the incident in which armed robbers snatched a car from local resident Jaideep Singh Dhillon on January 29 from posh Ranjit Avenue area here.

The car was snatched from near Amrit Anand Park when the victim was going to drop his gardener near the park. The area around the park, also known as Beant Park, become a favourite destination for the robbers as a number of carjacking and robbery cases were reported from the area.

In view of the repeated instances, a police station was established in the area, but it failed to solve the problem as such incidents became rampant.

Jaideep Dhillon told that there was Rs 70,000 besides gold jewellery worth over Rs 5 lakh was there in the car. He said he was shifted to their new residential accommodation near Vallah focal point and were shifting the luggage. He said he had his passport, driving license, dissertation besides other important documents in the car.

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