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Gurgaon police arrests five for stealing 400 kg of fabric from a textile company
A gang of five thieves has been arrested by the Gurgaon Police from Rezangla Chouk in Gurgaon's Palam Vihar area, for stealing 400 kg of fabric from a textile company.
Joint Commissioner of Police Vivek Shamra said that Sona alias Mohammad Jafar (UP), Vinod alias Jonty (Rajasthan), Rinku alias Dev (UP), Akash (Gurgaon), Muzmil (UP) had abducted company's guard and stole around 400 kg of cloth material.

The FIR had been lodged on 8 March 2014 under Section 395, 506 and 412 in Udhyog Vihar Police station. The police has recovered whole amount of stolen cloth material. All the accused have confessed their crime and also revealed their involvement in other loot and snatching cases as well. A local court has sent five of the accused to police remand.

Man held for robbing in Bikanerwala Sweet Shop

Gurgaon police held a man for looting about Rs 17.2 lakh lakh on 17 March 2014. Dinesh Kumar who work as a helper in Bikaner Sweet shop located in Gurgaon ILD Mall on Sohna road committed this crime. The FIR had been lodged in Gurgaon Sadar Thana under section 457. It is reported that Dinesh who was working as a helper the basement of the Bikaner shop had covered his face and dressed himself as a guard in order to conceal his identity.

He easily got the keys from a drawer as he was familiar with the place where money was kept safely as salary due to be distributed from there only. He entered in the basement through a small window and stole the entire amount of the money. The police has recovered about Rs 16.56 lakh from him.

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