One caught for robbery in Vashi
Police have recovered goods worth Rs42,800 after nabbing one of the two accused involved in a house break-in at APMC, Vashi. The accused identified as Deepak Laxman Kumar, 21, is a resident of Kopri village.
The accused along with another accomplice, Bahusaheb alias Pinto, broke in a shop in the Masala market of APMC on March 16. A case was registered by the owner of the shop on March 17. The duo stole cash worth Rs21,000.
Meanwhile, during the course of investigation, the police were informed that the duo were involved in a similar case registered with the Rabale police. "A similar house break-in case was registered against the accused at Rabale police station. We have managed to recover a Compaq and HP laptop worth Rs1
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8,000 and Rs15,000 respectively. We have also got Halogen fittings worth Rs8,000, a pen drive worth Rs600 and Rs1,200 cash," a police officer said.
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