Thieves target mobile phone shop, Suwidha Centre in Ludhiana

Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, June 10

Two major theft cases reported in the city in which cash and goods worth lakhs were stolen.

The first incident reported in New Madhopuri where thieves targeted a mobile phone showroom and decamped with mobile phones and other valuables worth lakhs. The miscreants were also captured in a CCTV camera footage.

Raju Verma, owner of Bharat Mobiles, told the police that he had closed his shop on the night of June 8 and the next morning, when he came to open the shop, he was shocked to see the broken locks of the main shutter.

“I was shocked to see that the entire shop was ransacked and thieves decamped with a laptop, mobile phones, mobile accessories, cash and other valuables worth lakhs. When we checked the CCTV footage, six thieves were seen inside the shop and they were wearing mask,” the shop owner said.

Daresi police station ASI Rajinder Singh said CCTV cameras were being scanned to identify the accused and soon they would be nabbed.

In another theft incident, miscreants targeted the Suwidha Centre near Rakh Bagh and decamped with 16 batteries. Security guard Munish Kumar said on June 9 when he came to open the centre, he found the main locks lying broken and 16 batteries were found missing. The Police Division 8 have registered a case and initiated further probe. Despite night curfew and presence of police force on roads, thieves are still committing thefts.

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