Cash, liquor looted at gunpoint from vend

Cash, liquor looted at gunpoint from vend

Our Correspondent

Hoshiarpur, January 17

Two miscreants opened fired at a liquor vend in Sanghwal village and looted cash and liquor.

The Dasuya police have registered a case against two unidentified persons.

As per information, Manish Kumar, a resident of Sahoda Kandi village, said he works as a salesman at the vend. He was present at the vend last night when the two suspects came there and opened fire at the vend. Later, the suspects looted around Rs 2,500 in cash lying in the cash box at gunpoint and also took five bottles of liquor with them before leaving the spot.

The police have registered a case under Sections 395 and 397 of the IPC in this regard.


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