Police investigating Shri Balaji Jewelery showroom
- All three miscreants had a revolver at a jewelry shop near Bainad Road in Muralipura area
- The rogue jeweler left the robbery in the Vishwakarma area, police have recovered the vehicle
Three armed miscreants on Bainad Road in the city have committed a massive robbery in a jewelery shop in broad daylight on Saturday. The crooks looted gold and silver jewelery worth about 80 lakh rupees from the jewelery showroom. After this, the crooks ran away with the jeweler’s Scorpio. The miscreants have carried out this incident in just 8 minutes. They had entered the showroom at 2.4 pm. On receiving the information, DCP, FSL team reached the spot. The entire city was blocked after the incident.
Jeweler Dinesh Kumar Saini, who lives in Joravar Nagar on Bainad Road, has a showroom near Nadi Ka Gate by the name of Shri Balaji Jewelers. According to Dinesh Kumar, three crooks entered the showroom by putting on three miscreants masks at around 2: 4 in the afternoon. At that time his son Roshan, servant Kanha was also present. As the three miscreants entered the showroom, Dinesh, Roshan and the servant took a revolver on the floor. The miscreants asked him to sit quietly in a corner.
All three armed crooks stayed in showroom for 8 minutes
After this, two miscreants filled the gold and silver jewelry kept in the showroom in a bag. This bag was brought with the crooks. After eight minutes of robbery in the showroom, the miscreants asked jeweler Dinesh Saini to key in their Scorpio. Take this key out of the counter and reach out. There, two miscreants ran away from Scooty, while a miscreant escaped from Dinesh Saini’s bag keeping the bag of jewelery looted in his Scorpio. Dinesh Sharma said that the crooks looted jewelery worth more than Rs 80 to 90 lakh.
Angered by the incident, shopkeepers sat on a dharna demonstration on the road.
Information given to traffic police after looting
Dinesh Saini said that after the incident, he told his son Roshan to inform the police on number 100. While walking on the road itself, they reached the pulse gate. Traffic police personnel giving duty there were informed about the incident. After this, the police of Jhotwara, Murlipura and Kardhani police station reached the spot. Police have found the scorpio looted in an abandoned condition on the highway near Safeda Farm House in Vishwakarma area, about an hour after the incident.
After the incident, the miscreants left the robbed Scorpio of jeweler Dinesh Saini near Safeda farm house in VKI area and escaped from another vehicle.
After the incident, the police had a blockade in the city. During this time, checking of trains was done.
The crooks have been seen in CCTVs, engaged in shops and markets. However, he was wearing a mask. Not only this, their faces are also not visible in CCTV. The police have blocked the entire city.