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Gadgets worth `40L stolen

DNAHM109050 | 2/17/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :578 | Crime & Law

Midnight robbery Gang targets another branch of same shop but fails to break in

Ahmedabad: In what could be termed as utter failure of midnight patrolling by cops, a gang of 10 used a jack to open the shutter of a mobile shop-cum-godown at Judges Bungalow early on Thursday and decamped with goods worth Rs40 lakh.
As per the complaint lodged by Akshat Bavishi (25), owner of iPearl shop located on the ground floor of Goyal Traders building, at Vastrapur police station, when a staff member of the shop opened it at around 10 am on Thursday, he found boxes of the equipments lying on the floor.
He immediately informed Bavishi, who is also the owner of iPearl shop's branch located near Shivranjini crossroads. He rushed to the spot and found 78 iPads and seven iPhones worth Rs40lakh missing. On being inform
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