Rs 2.5 Crore gold theft in Bandra-Udaipur train

Rs 2.5 Crore gold theft in Bandra-Udaipur train

Robbers made away with a bag containing 8kg gold ornaments worth Rs 2.5 crore from 2 salesman in Bandra-Udaipur train today morning.

 
Rs 2.5 Crore gold theft in Bandra-Udaipur train

Robbers made away with a bag containing 8kg gold ornaments worth Rs 2.5 crore from 2 salesman in Bandra-Udaipur train today morning. The theft happened near Nimbahera station today morning at 5:30am.

As per details received, robbers pulled chain near Karthana crossing near Nimbahera station. Robbers then came in coach S-4 and made away with luggage of 4-5 people. One of the bags that they made away with belonged to two salesmen of a jeweller who were bringing this jewelry to Udaipur for sale.


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The two salesmen, Vipul Rawal and Narendra Kumar, have lodged a complaint with Chittorgarh GRP. The salesmen were carrying jewelry that belonged to Mumbai jeweler and had boarded the Bandra-Udaipur train on Sunday afternoon.

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