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JAMMU: Police on Saturday solved two theft cases by arresting three thieves and recovered stolen property worth Rs 5 lakh from their possession.As per details, a complaint was lodged at Police Station Kanha Chak by Sikander Dass, son of Shukar Dass, resident of Kalyanpur, Tehsil Marh District Jammu that on intervening night of January 16-17, 2021, some burglars broke the locks of his shop at Hari Singh Gharaat and decamped with spare-parts and accessories of motorcycles. In this regard a case vide FIR No 08/2021 under section 457/380 of IPC was registered.On January 25, another complaint was lodged by one Amitabh, son of Raj Kumar, resident of Gurha Singhu Tehsil Marh that on the intervening night of January 24-25, some burglars broke locks of his shop located at Shamachak and decamped with mobiles phones along with other mobile accessories. In this regard a case vide FIR No 14/2021 under Sections 457/380 of IPC was registered at Police Station Kanha chak was registered and special team under the supervision of SDPO Domana, Kosheen Koul and overall supervision of SP Rural Jammu, Sanjay Sharma was constituted. The team led by SHO Police Station Kanhachak Insp Vishav Pratap Singh rounded up many suspects with help of CCTV footage along with technical assistance. During the sustained interrogation/questioning, three suspects namely Ritik Kumar alias Niti, son of Yash Paul, resident of Dub-Ditta Tehsil Marh; Vishal Kumar, son of Gharu Ram, resident of Bachyal Tehsil Marh and Goutam Kumar alias Dugga, son of Bachan Lal, resident of Kanhachak confessed their involvement in the crime. On their disclosure, stolen items including mobile phones, mobile accessories, earphones, bluetooth devices etc and motorcycle spare parts worth Rs 5,00,000 (approx) were recovered.
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