A 19-yr-antique dance teacher has been arrested for stealing Rs five lakh from a house in Mani Majra. The accused used to go to the residence to train dance to its proprietor’s grandchild.
The police stated the accused, Akash of New Indira Colony, Mani Majra, spent around Rs 2.48 lakh on shopping devices, such as an iPhone, 13 pairs of footwear and different items.
According to the police, the complainant, Chunni Lal of Rajiv Vihar, Modern Housing Complex, suggested that he had saved a bag containing Rs 5 lakh and his Aadhaar card in an almirah of his residence. The complainant later observed the bag stolen.
The complainant’s own family become out of the metropolis whilst the incident occurred. Chunni Lal turned into alone at the residence. The complainant asked the servants; who refused to have any know-how approximately the theft. The complainant then approached the police, following which a case was registered at the Mani Majra police station.
The police initiated an research into the matter and later arrested Akash. The accused used to visit the complainant’s residence to educate dance to his grandchild.
The police said of the stolen cash, the accused had spent Rs 2.48 lakh. “He had purchased an iPhone, a laptop, four watches, 13 pairs of shoes and a handbag from the stolen money,” said a police official.
The closing stolen cash (Rs 2.52 lakh) has been recovered from him.
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