Six shops burgled at Bandipalya APMC yard

A cop inspects the crime scene, at Bandipalya APMC yard, on Mysore- Nanjangud Road, in Mysore on Tuesday. dh photoIn all six shops have been broken open by the miscreants, who have decamped with articles and cash totalling worth ` 79,000. The incident came to light on Tuesday.

At Sattar Pal Agency alone, ` 13,000 in cash and cigarette packs worth valued at `  51,000
and soaps worth Rs two thousand have been stolen, followed by `13,000 cash at Gopi Traders.

Four other shops- Eshwari and Co, Rajendra Agency, Javeed Associates and another have been targeted, but details pertaining to any thefts there are yet to be reported.

The traders are peeved at the alleged inaction by police despite recurrence of such incidents in the recent days. It has happened for the fourth time, said another.

The cops are deaf to the demand to open police outpost at the yard, besides streamlining the night patrolling.

South police have registered a case and are investigating.
Recently on Friday, an APMC trader was almost robbed by a gang of four who stopped the former’s vehicle after stalking for a while. However, the trader was courage enough to chase the assailants back saving him ` 24,000 in cash. K R Police have registered a case.

Boy kills self

A boy who had failed in SSLC exams, the results of which was announced recently has committed suicide allegedly by hanging.

Mohan (16) son of Naganna, a resident of seventh cross, Janata Nagar is the deceased. He took the extreme step when his parents had gone outside, three days ago.

They returned on Tuesday only to be hit by the tepid smell emanating from the house.

They grew suspicious and informed Saraswathipuram police.

The body had decomposed.

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