Rs. 60,000 stolen from Tea Merchant in Dhanmandi
Adding to the crime list that keeps growing by the hour, a case of theft was registered at the Dhanmandi Police Station according to which Rs. 60,000 were stolen from a Tea Merchant's bag at his shop this evening.
Adding to the crime list that keeps growing by the hour, a case of theft was registered at the Dhanmandi Police Station according to which Rs. 60,000 were stolen from a Tea Merchant’s bag at his shop this evening.
According to Police, Sagarmal Jain s/o Phool Chand Jain, resident of Keshav Nagar lodged a complaint today evening where he alleged that a young boy aged approx 20 years stole Rs. 60,000 from his bagpack at his shop, Sagar Trading Company in Dhanmandi.
According to Sagarmal, a boy dressed in a green T-Shirt and Black trousers came to his shop at 7 PM today, when he was about to close the shop, for purchasing Tea. Sagarmal opened the shop once again and went in to weigh the tea, the boy asked for. The boy then asked him for some water to drink, and when Sagarmal went in to get the water, the boy came along.
When Sagarmal turned around with the glass of water, he saw the boy steal the Rs. 60,000 bundle from the bag and run away. This money was given to Sagarmal by his brother to meet some household requirements.
In a state of shock, Sagarmal was not able to react for few minutes. After regaining control of his senses, Sagarmal rushed to Dhanmandi Police Station and lodged the complaint.