Pune: Police arrests 2 notorious jewellery store burglars, cash and valuables worth Rs 1.9 crore recovered

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Pune: Police arrests 2 notorious jewellery store burglars, cash and valuables worth Rs 1.9 crore recovered
Pune: In a major breakthrough, the Wanowrie Police have nabbed two notorious burglars who targeted jewellery shops in the city. With their arrest, the police claimed to have solved 21 cases of theft and recovered stolen booty, including gold and silver jewellery, cash and vehicles worth Rs1.9 crore.

The sleuth at Wanowrie police station were investigating a case of housebreaking, registered on February 3. While investigating the case, police had collected 34 CCTV footage under two police station jurisdictions where housebreaking and theft cases had been reported. While doing analysis of the footage at some jewellery shops, senior Police Inspector Krantikumar Patil identified the accused from their appearance and walking style. After identifying the accused, the cops started searching for them. Police constable Naseer Deshmukh and Navnath khatal got a tip off about the accused.

On February 18, The staff of the Wanowrie police station laid a trap and nabbed Tilaksingh Tak (28) and Jaysingh Juni (26) resident of Hadapsar.

During the interrogation they confessed that they have committed 21 housebreaking and thefts in Pune, Pimpri Chinchwad and rural areas.

Senior Police Inspector Krantikumar Patil told Pune Mirror “their modus was to target jewellery shops and locked houses. They had sold the stolen jewellery to a person named Bandu Waghmare, a resident of Hadapsar. We have detained and interrogating him.”

“Two accused Vikcysingh Kalyani and Sunnysingh Dudhani are absconding. The accused have used stolen vehicles for committing the thefts and housebreakings. We have recovered cars and two wheelers form them” the Inspector added.

The detection branch of Wanowrie have solved the cases registered with police stations including Hadapsar, Kondhwa, Yerwada, Mundhwa, Wakad, Sinhagad, Hinjwadi, Chichwad, Loni Kalbhor, Chikhli and Sadwad.

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