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Gandhi Nagar robbery case: Cops act swiftly, likely to get a vital clue
12/8/2022 1:01:59 AM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 7: Within minutes after a sensational robbery in the posh Gandhi Nagar locality, police have collected vital evidence including footage from the CCTV cameras installed in the vicinity of the place where the incident took place to nab the culprits involved in this crime.
Highly placed sources said that the under the guidance of Additional Director General of Police (ADGP) Mukesh Singh, DIG Vivek Gupta and SSP Jammu Chandan Kohli, a team of the Gandhi Nagar Police Station led by SHO Pankaj Sharma started the investigation to solve the case as early as possible.
“Cops are working in a thoroughly professional manner by collecting evidence from the spot to get some clue about the robbers who looted the house of prominent businessman of Jammu”, sources said.
They said that acting swiftly after getting information about the incident, a team from Gandhi Nagar Police Station rushed to the spot and forensic teams were immediately called to collect all evidence to carry forward the investigation in a scientific manner.
Sources said that nakas have been laid to check the movement of all suspicious persons.
According to reports, a robbery has taken place in the Gandhi Nagar area when a dozen masked gunmen barged into the house of a prominent businessman. The family was held hostage at gunpoint for about five and a half hours. Crores of rupees were demanded from him. After that lakhs of rupees have been taken from the house.
CCTVs are being scanned after this incident. All efforts are being made by the police to find any clue. Police have registered the case and started further action.
According to the information, the businessman was taking a walk inside the house at around seven in the morning. He is a renowned businessman. During this, about a dozen gunmen came to his house at once. Almost everyone had weapons in their hands. They brought the victim inside the house at pistol point. Before he could understand anything. Four people present in the house were taken hostage at one place.
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