Daylight robbery: Thieves decamp with cash, laptop
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Striking in broad day- light thieves broke a side window of Innova car and decamped with Rs 40,000 cash and a lap top lying inside the vehicle on Wednesday.
The SUV, it has been learnt, belongs to Chandarbhan chauhan a resident of Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar who is a local Akali leader too. Chauhan is learnt to have told the police that on Wednesday afternoon that he gone to the furniture market near the General Bus stand to purchase some ply wood.
"As there was no cut in between I parked my vehicle on one side of the road and walked over the other side to select the ply wood. I returned some ten minutes later to see that the glass of my SV had been broken and the items missing. Some my ATM cards and other important documents were also lying inside the lap top bag which are now missing," added Chauhan.
Some four days back car jackers had stolen a car from this place which is a busy point of the city. With the general bus stand , furniture market and the whole sale market all placed together this road witnesses huge traffic and foot fall.
To manage the traffic the presence of police on this road is also seen however it seems that this presence is hardly a detterant for the thieves.
Meanwhile the complaint of missing cash and lap top bag has been registered with the area police which claims that they will nab the thieves very soon.
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