Mumbai Crime: Woman loses gold worth lakhs stored in bank locker at Matunga
In another bank locker thievery incident, a 57-year-old woman has alleged that gold ornaments worth Rs 2,65,000 have been stolen from her bank locker in Matunga
In another bank locker thievery incident, a 57-year-old woman has alleged that gold ornaments worth Rs 2,65,000 have been stolen from her bank locker in Matunga. As reported by DNAindia the woman had alleged in her complaint that while most of her gold ornaments were intact inside the locker, some were missing.
The Matunga Police have registered a case in this regard and say that the woman, a resident of Tulsi Pride in Chembur said that when she went to nationalised bank’s locker she found that her locker was open and her jewellery was missing. Now, the police say they are checking the CCTV camera footage to check if the complaint is valid and if an employee of the bank is behind the robbery.
As per a Matunga police officer, "The CCTV cameras are not installed inside the locker section of the bank and the victim had checked the locker last year to check her belongings.” N Ambika, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone 4, said, "We have registered a case under section 380(theft) of the Indian Penal Code against an unknown person. The woman has also claimed that most of the gold ornaments are intact inside the locker and we are probing as to how the ornaments went missing."
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