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Strange Case of Theft Reported in Civil Lines, Police Clueless

Allahabad: A strange case of burglary has perplexed the police department and the officials have no clue about the whereabouts of the thief. The case proceeds with thieves breaking into a house in Civil Lines. The family members were fast sleeping when the incident happened and they literally have no clue about the incident. Strangely, a chloroforming agent,spread across the room, didn’t allow the family members to wake up. When they finally woke up at 12 o clock, they discovered that the entire drawing room was in a cluttered condition with lockers broken and cupboards opened.

Police, on arrival, tried checking the CCTV footage from the nearby reliance store but it wasn’t functional at that point of time. Moreover, it no fingerprints or other evidences were available for the cops to rely on. Valuables worth 10 lakhs and 5 lakhs in cash went missing from the spot. Although investigations are going on, the authorities don’t have a clue regarding the starting point in this case. It seems the thieves had clear idea regarding the non-functional CCTV camera and the sleeping habits of the family members.

About Ashutosh Srivastava

Ashutosh completed his schooling from Allahabad, Moradabad and Bareily. Later he took admission in Allahabad University where he entered student union politics. After completing his graduation in 1998, he had gone to Amrit Prabhat’s office with his father’s friend where the Editor asked him to make news out of a press release. Ashutosh was new and obviously made some mistakes. However, his writing style impressed the editor. Ashutosh accepted the offer and entered journalism. Later he joined United Bharat and then never looked back. He worked as sub editor in Dainik Jagran from 2003 to 2007 and then worked for Amar Ujala. Later, he again joined Jagran as a chief reporter and is now working with Our Platforms.

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