Gang loots jewellery shop

Gang loots jewellery shop

Culprits had visited the shop ten days ago and bought sliver articles

Gang loots jewellery shop

The police said, around 10.45 am, the men walked in as customers into Mahaveer Jewellery Palace and requested owner Narendra Jain to show some gold jewellery. After selecting some, they got into an argument over the price and attacked the owner.

They beat him up, pushed him into the space behind a showcase and escaped with the jewellery. The shop’s loss is yet to be estimated. The incident came to light after Jain, profusely bleeding from his injuries came to his senses and alerted the neighbours. He is being treated at a private hospital.

Sources said the gang had done its homework, and known that the shop did not have a security guard for the last fortnight. Ten days ago, the men visited the shop and bought small silver items.

Interestingly, the gang has left a school bag which has a Davangere contact address.

Burglar belled

The Jalahalli police arrested Ganesh alias Vishwanath (35), resident of Maruthi Layout in Peenya and recovered temple bells worth Rs two lakh, made of brass and alloys from him.  During interrogation, he revealed that he had stolen the bells from various temples in Ramanagaram District.

Man kills wife

A man set his wife ablaze at his Shampura residence in DJ Halli on Tuesday night, suspecting her fidelity. Murugamma (30) succumbed to injuries in Victoria hospital, within hours after being admitted. Police said the couple was married eight years ago and had three children.

From day one, Murugamma's husband doubted his wife’s character. Fed up with his nitpicking habits, she walked out of the marriage and settled at her mother's place. On Sunday, after convincing the family members that he wanted a reconciliation, he brought her home. Within a short while, he picked up a fight and in a fit of anger, doused her in kerosene and set her ablaze, police said.

Bike rider killed

A 38-year-old man riding a two-wheeler without a helmet rammed into a road median near Kamakshipalya 1st Main junction and died on the spot late night Tuesday. Channigaiah, a resident of Agrahara Dasarahalli ran a canteen at a nationalised bank campus on MG Road. The accident occurred around 11.50 pm.

‘Droppers’ held

The Jnanabharati police arrested the two men on charge of robbing two girls from Noida, who had come to Bangalore to appear for for the COMEDK PGET exam, after offering them a lift in their taxi.

Police recovered gold rings, chain, ear studs, wrist watches and three mobiles, all worth Rs 85,000 from Kumar Swamy alias Kumar (25) and Dayanada Swamy alias Daya (26) of Sunkadakatte.  On Monday, the culprits had stopped their cab and offered to drop the girls who were waiting for transport after the exam.

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