Punjab

Two booked for stealing cash,LCD

dilbag singh | November 23, 2021 04:51 PM

 

NURMAHAL The Nurmahal police have booked two persons on the charge of stealing cash and LCD from a shop.

The investigating officer IO) Nachhatar Singh  said that the accused have been identified as Satrohan Kumar son of Ramdhin a Bihar state resident and living at railway station slums and Ganju .

Punit Takiar a resident of Krishana Nagar complained to the police that the accused barged into his cattle feed shop on November 21 night and decamped away with Rs 5000 by breaking a coin box and an LCD.

I O said that a case under sections 457 (lurking house trespass) and 380(theft in dwelling house) of the IPC has been registered against the accused.

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