Loot at former collector’s house in MP: Armed miscreants carried out the incident by taking hostage, incident captured in CCTV

Hemant Sharma, Indore. Leave aside common citizens in Madhya Pradesh, even the former collector’s house is not safe. The latest case has come to the fore from Indore, where 4 masked miscreants barged into the house of a retired IAS officer last night and carried out the robbery by taking the entire family hostage. All the accused absconded with the jewelery and money kept in the house. However, the incident was captured in the CCTV installed here. The police have been involved in the investigation of the case. The incident is of Sampat Hills of Kanadia police station area.

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Theft incident has been carried out at the house of Renu Pant, former collector of Burhanpur and former secretary of Public Service Commission. In the CCTV footage, four masked miscreants are seen with weapons in their hands. On the other hand, after getting information about the incident in the morning, top police officers reached the spot and searches are being done in the area. At the same time, according to the police, the incident is the hand of the tights vest gang, although it is not yet clear, because all were in Bermuda. At present, the search for the miscreants is going on based on the footage.

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It is being told that the miscreants cut the grill of the kitchen with a gas cutter and entered inside the house after cutting the grill. Where first after reiki of the whole house, they reached a room, after that took all the people of each house hostage and then ran away with gold-silver jewelery and cash worth lakhs. The FSL team has taken fingerprints of the miscreants from the door-window. The thieves are being identified from the footage of cameras installed nearby.

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