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Police solves burglary case in Budgam; three accused arrested

Srinagar , March 6 ( KINS) Jammu and Kashmir Police have solved a burglary case in Central Kashmir’s Budgam district and arrested two burglars on Sunday.
In a statement issued here, the police spokesman said, ” Police Station Budgam received a complaint stating therein that a burglary has occurred at Railway Quarters in the vicinity of Railway Station Budgam in which goods worth lakhs consisting of Laptops, Watches, cell phones and Gold Jewellery were stolen. Accordingly Case FIR number 58/2022 under relevant sections of law was registered at Police Station Budgam and a team was constituted to nab the burglars.”

The statement reads, “During investigation, many suspects were called for questioned. The sustained questioning of the suspects provide some leads & with strenuous efforts upon the leads, police have arrested three burglars involved in the commission of burglary. The arrested burglars have been identified as Haroon Rashid Khan S/o Ab. Rashid Khan R/o Sheikhpora, Syed Arslan Riyaz S/o Syed Riyaz Shah R/o Gotipora at present Housing Colony Ompora and Naseer Ahmad Shah @ Sahba S/o Mohd. Aslam Shah R/o Khansahab.”

” The entire stolen property worth lakhs was recovered from their possession. Also some stolen property in respect of earlier Case FIR number 22/2022 U/S 454,380 IPC dated 31/01/2022 has also been recovered from their possession. The investigation of the case is going on,” it reads.
It is pertinent to mention here that Budgam Police solved this burglary case in less than 48 hours and 100 percent recovery was made on the instance of the accused persons.
For the quick and timely response by Budgam Police, general public appreciated and hailed the efforts.( KINS)

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