Guwahati: Miscreants Loot Rs 50,000 from Car Parked in Premier City Club Premises
GUWAHATI: Miscreants looted a bag containing Rs. 50,000 from inside a car parked in the high surveillance protected India Club near Dighalipukhuri in Guwahati.
The incident happened on 1st December, around 5:30 pm. The bag was looted from Pramod Singhania, an outstation member of the prestigious club.
Four miscreants on two motor-bikes reportedly followed Singhania up to the club premises. While the others kept the club's security personnel engage
d in a conversation, one of them broke the back window of the car and decamped with a bag containing the money.
Speaking to G Plus, Biswadip Bora, secretary-general of the club informed, "Panbazar Police has been informed and the case is being pursued. The club has heavy CCTV surveillance and we have provided the footage to the police."
"Camera footages show the victim was being followed by the thieves," he added.
Ranjit Moran, Officer-in-Charge of Panbazar Guwahati said, "An FIR has already been lodged with case no. 617/2020 of Panbazar PS under section 379/427 of the Indian Penal code."
However, the bag was recovered from a garbage bin at Lachit Nagar. Reportedly, a vegetable vendor found the bag and called the rightful owner after finding his number in the documents.
"All the documents have been found intact, only the Rs. 50,000 has been taken away," added Bora.
The case is currently under investigation.
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