2 men steal onions worth over ₹20,000 in Mumbai

Two men had stolen around 168 kg onions worth Rs 21,160. The incident took place on December 05 and captured in CCTV camera.
Written By Siddhu Manchikanti | Updated: December 11, 2019 13:20 IST
2 men steal onions worth over ₹20,000 in Mumbai

Mumbai Police have arrested two people in connection with the theft of onions worth over ₹20,000, from two shops in the Dongri market. A total of 168 kilograms of onions were stolen, police said. The two men got arrested after police scrutinized the CCTV footage of the area where the accused were seen stealing a sack of onion.

 
They had stolen around 168 kg onions worth Rs 21,160. The incident took place on December 5 and got captured in CCTV camera.
 
"Mumbai police have registered a case of theft in Dongri police station under Section 379 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Total 168 kg onions valued around ₹20,160 (according to the FIR) were stolen," police said in a statement.
 
As much as 112 kg onions got stolen from Akbar Sheikh's stall and other 56 kg onions stolen from Imran Sheikh's stall.




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