Young couple steals Rs.4.25 lakh cash and 65 expensive mobiles in Khandwa, seen in footage
12th September 2019
Khandwa/Bhopal, September 12, 2019 (Muslim Saleem): The rogue youth-woman stole Rs 4.25 lakh in cash and over 65 expensive mobiles from Sant Singaji mobile shop in Subhash Chowk, Mundi. The price of the mobiles is being said to be around six to seven lakh rupees. When the police searched the CCTV footage of the shop, then the young man and woman who came from the stolen bike are seen stealing mobile and money. The middle of Wednesday night was at the shop of Shayendrasinh father Radheshyam Rajput, a resident of Keenud. After watching the footage of the CCTV camera installed in the shop, it is revealed that the miscreant broke the shutter lock from Tommy and the first scarf-tied girl entered the shop. After some time the young man also entered inside the shop. Later he started filling cash-mobiles in school bags. Dupatta slipped on the face of the girl involved in the theft, which she immediately tied. A native katta is also seen on the counter during the robbery. After clearing the goods from the shop, both escaped from the bike. The police is investigating the couple as having readings. Cash was kept for MI’s agency: Shailendra told me that I have deposited 5 lakhs in the company for the agency of MI company. 4.35 lakh was to be deposited on Wednesday. Therefore, the cash was kept in the shop itself. Also collected 15 days subscription money. Family went to Kainud for Ganeshotsav Shailendra’s family lives in the house above the shop. The family is visiting Kainud at his residence from two to three at night for the Ganesh festival. It is feared that the miscreants may have raked first. Theft estimates of 10 to 12 lakhs Shailendra told that 65 mobile phones worth 15 to 30 thousand rupees have been stolen in the shop, including Vivo and Redmi. About 10 to 12 lakh rupees in cash, including mobiles have been stolen. The face of the woman is not clearly visible in the footage The police is calling the suspected miscreants a professional thief. The youth wore a gint-t shirt and a white raincoat. The woman’s face is not clearly visible even in CCTV footage. Therefore, on Wednesday afternoon the cyber cell team also reached the spot. Records of old miscreants are also being investigated. Police suspect that the miscreants may have raked first, after which the incident took place. Shailendra has filed a case under sections 457 and 380 against unknown miscreants..