UP: ‘Life is dear or money is dear…’ after looting Rs 13 lakh in Sambhal, miscreants asked the trader – Bullion trader looted Rupees 13 lakh in Sambhal district of UP lclp

Miscreants looted Rs 13 lakh from a bullion trader in UP’s Sambhal district. On the complaint of the victim, the police is looking for the absconding miscreants. In this case, the police has found an important clue.

It is worth mentioning that Deepak Rastogi, a bullion trader living in Chandausi area, was returning home by bike after closing his shop from Gumthal village of Baniya Kheda police station area on Wednesday night. As soon as he left the village, three bike-borne miscreants stopped him and looted gold and silver jewelery worth Rs 12 lakh, Rs 70,000, purse and mobile phone. Not only this, the miscreants fled away with the keys of the motorcycle as well.

Additional SP reached the spot

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After this the businessman returned to Gumthal village and informed the villagers about the incident. On the other hand, on getting the information about the incident, Baniyather police station and CO Chandausi reached the spot. Along with this, Additional SP Srichand also reached with the police of many police stations and took information from the businessman.

Executed the incident by doing Reiki

Issuing red alert across the district for the arrest of miscreants, the police is checking in different areas. The police have CCTV footage in their hands, in which the miscreants are seen doing Reiki before committing the crime.

life is dear or money

Bullion trader Deepak Rastogi says, “He was returning home after closing the shop in the evening. As soon as he was half a kilometer away from the village, three bike-borne miscreants brandished a pistol and looted gold and silver jewelery worth Rs 12 lakh and cash worth Rs 70,000.” Looted the bag. Apart from this, the mobile phone and purse were also snatched. While leaving, the miscreants threatened that life is dear or money is dear.

(Report – Abhinav Mathur)

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