Gurugram, February 9
The Gurugram police have nabbed three persons for allegedly stealing goods worth Rs 35 lakh from a warehouse of a transport company. They committed the crime while they worked in the company.
The police have recovered Rs 9 lakh from the possession of accused and are interrogating them.
Two main accused identified as Rakesh Kumar of Rewari and Shahid of Gurugram were nabbed on February 2 and the police took them on five-day police remand. On Monday, the police nabbed the third accused, Jahid of Delhi. The police have recovered Rs 3 lakh from Rakesh and Rs 6 lakh from Shahid.
According to the complaint filed by Dinesh Puri, area manager of Safeexpress Private Limited, 1,872 pieces of autocatalyst were stolen from the warehouse of the company located in Binaula village on January 6. Shift in charge Rakesh Kumar and machine operator Shahid had stolen the items and both stopped coming to the duty from January 8.
An FIR was registered and the police nabbed them and the third accused, who purchased the stolen items from them.
“We are questioning the accused and hope anyone else involved in the crime will be nabbed soon,” said Preet Pal Singh Sangwan, ACP, crime.
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