Sullia police nabs two and seized 240 grams gold

9:57 PM, Saturday, July 17th, 2010
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Mangalore : The Sullia police have succeeded to arrest two thieves in connection with theft case, said District Superintendent police, A Subramanyeshwar Rao, speaking at the press meet held at his office on July 17, Saturday.

The arrested have been identified as Manja (21) and Ammi (28), resident of Hunsur of Mysore. The accused were arrest on the basis of the complaint filed by the owners of house B T Madhav, resident of Jayanagar, Sullia and Eshwar Bhat, a resident of Ubaradka Road, Atalnagar, Sullia.

SP further said that the first incident of theft was taken place on June 21 and second on July 7. The thieves have gained entry into the house belongs to B T Madhav, the Superintendent of KVG Education Institute of Sullia after breaking the grills of window and  escaped with gold ornaments. Later the same culprits have entered the house of Eshwar Bhat, Businessman at Ubaradka and escaped with jewellery on July 7. In both cases a total of 370 grams of gold ornaments worth Rs. 7 to 8 lakh were burgled.

Sullia police have formed two teams for the search operation. The police team comprising PSI Paul and PSI Priya Kumar and PSI Umesh Uppalike of Crime branch along with Constables HC Theertha Prasad, Damodar Naik, Hareesh Naik, Keshava have worked on the operation and successfully arrested the culprits from Madikeri on July 16, Wednesday and confiscated nearly 245 grams of ornaments from them. Ravi, another culprit is absconding and will be arrested soon, he said.

The search operations were conducted under the direction of SP Subramayeshwar Rao and Amith Singh, Assistant Superintendent of police, Puttur division.


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