Staffer held for stealing jewellery worth Rs 75 lakh : The Tribune India
Ludhiana, February 23
The Ludhiana law enforcement claimed to have solved a major theft scenario and arrested an accountant of a jewelry showroom, ‘PC Jewellers’, found on Rani Jhansi Highway in the town. The police recovered gold, silver and diamond ornaments truly worth Rs 75 lakh from the suspect.
Close friends refused to be part of criminal offense
“Deepak Bansal, the suspect, needed to settle in Nepal. He reached that state by way of UP. Afterwards, he referred to as his friend in Ludhiana, to whom he had specified the jewelry, and told him to offer the identical and despatched the revenue to him in Nepal. He had also supplied his mate to retain a few lakhs of rupees from the quantity which he would get immediately after advertising the ornaments. But he refused to be a component of the criminal offense. The suspect also experimented with to persuade other close friends but absolutely everyone refused his provide flatly,” CP Mandeep Singh Sidhu explained.
He has been determined as Deepak Bansal of Rajesh Nagar, Haibowal.
Commissioner of Police (CP) Mandeep Singh Sidhu, DCP Harmeet Hundal, ADCP Rupinder Kaur Sran and other law enforcement officers resolved a push meeting in this regard.
Sidhu stated on February 15, an accountant operating with the jewellers, Deepak, experienced stolen ornaments value Rs 75 lakh from the showroom. Right after committing the criminal offense, he retained a bag that contains the ornaments in the home of his good friend on the Dhandra street and left the metropolis for Nepal.
“The suspect desired to settle in Nepal. He achieved that country by means of UP. Later, Deepak named his mate, to whom he experienced presented the jewellery, and told him to promote the very same and despatched the cash to him in Nepal. He had also provided his mate to retain a number of lakhs of rupees from the sum which he would get following promoting the ornaments but he refused to be a element of the crime,” Sidhu stated.
He said the suspect experienced also tried to persuade some of his other pals but everyone refused his give flatly. Later on, Deepak returned to India from Nepal to accumulate the ornaments.
On Wednesday, he collected the bag and was on the way to promote the ornaments. Nevertheless, the police experienced now laid a trap and nabbed the suspect, the CP reported.
He stated the police would honour the mates of the suspect who experienced refused to turn into the component of the criminal offense.
CP refuses funds benefits supplied by jeweller
The supervisor of the jewellery showroom met CP Mandeep Singh Sidhu and thanked the law enforcement for resolving the important theft of ornaments inside of 8 times of the crime. He expressed drive to give a hard cash reward to the police group which had solved the circumstance and recovered all stolen ornaments. But the top rated cop refused the reward by expressing that it was the duty of the police to remedy the crime and catch criminals, hence, the law enforcement will need no these kinds of benefits, only appreciation matters to them.