An incident took place in Kamothe Colony on Sunday midnight when thieves broke the wall and looted a bullion shop. The incident took place in Vasantbahar Society in Sector 11. Thieves broke the safe of Lakshmi Jewellers’ Saraf shop with the help of gas cutters and looted 15 kg of silver jewellery.
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The donation box in the temple was broken
After breaking the wall, the thief drank alcohol there. After that, they cut the safe with the help of gas and gas cutters and then stole it. The 39-year-old owner of Lakshmi Jewellers, Saraf Shop, Suresh Kumawat, broke the wall of the shop adjacent to the shop and entered Kumawat’s shop. On the other hand, it has also come to light that the donation box of Aimata Mandir at Sector 36 in Kamothe Colony was broken and cash amount of Rs. Both the incidents have created an atmosphere of fear among businessmen and devotees in Kamothe Colony.
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As night patrols of the police decreased, the number of thefts increased
A few days ago, thieves also broke the donation box in the temple in Kharghar. Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Bipin Kumar Singh recently appointed I.S.O. Kamothe Police was praised for getting the nomination. Traders are of the opinion that the number of thefts is increasing as the night patrolling of the police is decreasing.