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Items worth Rs 3,00,000 stolen from mobile shop in Thokottu

Published On : 18 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Robbers robbed cellphone handsets, accessories and spare parts worth about three lacs from 'Sudhi Collections', a mobile phone sales and service store located at Pandit House on Kuthar Road, Thokkottu in the wee hours of Sunday October 16.

Owner of the shop, Deepak, was at the shop till 11.30 pm on Saturday after which he went to his home in the city. On coming back to the shop on Sunday morning, he found that the shutter was broken. He called Ullal police.

Policemen along with finger print experts and sniffer dogs visited the spot. It is gathered that 31 mobile handsets and Rs 12,000 in cash were stolen by the thieves. Ullal police have registered a case and begun investigation.







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