Factory worker detained for theft of Rs 50K in Ludhiana: La Tribune Inde
Ludhiana, January 10
Police arrested an employee of a factory from which Rs 50,000 was stolen. Police arrested Lalit Mahto, a resident of Vishnupur village in Samastipur district of Bihar, for allegedly stealing 50,000 rupees from the factory where he was employed as an aide. Vikas Somani, resident of Omax Royal Residency on Pakhowal Road, who runs a garment factory, Saavi International, in the Guru Vihar region, had filed a report with the police that Lalit had worked in his company for three or four years and living in the factory premises. “On January 9, when I arrived at the factory, Lalit was not there and I later found out that 50,000 rupees, kept in a desk drawer, were missing,” he said in the report. report. During the investigation, the police arrested Lalit and recovered Rs 45,000 of the stolen money in his possession. A case under section 381 of the IPC has been registered.
Thieves broke into an electricity store on Chandigarh Road here on the night of January 7-8 and took away 35 electric motors, a 24-inch LED TV, 35 kg of copper wire and around Rs 15,000 in cash. Store owner Precision Electricals said in a police complaint that thieves entered the store from a vacant location at the back of the store. The police registered a case under Articles 457 and 380 of the IPC.
A house in New Sarabha Nagar, in the village of Daad, was broken into after the family left the post for three days. Harjinder Kaur lodged a complaint with the police saying that on their return the lock on the main door was broken and the house ransacked. She said she found Rs 60,000 and some missing gold jewelry in the closet. One case has been registered.
Kashmir Singh, an SCO owner at the Gian Singh Rarewala market here, reported to police that his bolero, parked in front of his SCO, was stolen on the night of January 8. Police have registered a case.