Police in Mumbai’s Oshiwara arrested a lady and her boyfriend on Saturday for planning and stealing money and gold ornaments value Rs 19 lakh from her residence.
The arrested girl and the person have been recognized as Uzma Qureshi, 21, and Charandeepsingh Arora, 35. Police mentioned Arora is a PT trainer in a college in Versova.
“On July 30, Uzma went lacking and therefore I lodged a lacking criticism at Oshiwara police station. Nevertheless I had a hunch that she could have eloped with Arora,” Umradaraz Qureshi, Uzma’s father, mentioned in his assertion to the police.
Umradaraz, a hotelier, additionally discovered discover 65 tola of gold and Rs 10 lakh lacking from his residence. He then recollected that Uzma requested him to present his locker key on July 23, saying because the household of a pal was contaminated with Covid-19 and had been admitted to hospital, they’d requested her to maintain their gold in a protected place and return it to them after they returned from hospital.
Umradaraz then lodged a case of theft in opposition to his daughter. “Following his criticism, we registered the FIR in opposition to his daughter,” Dayanand Bangar, senior inspector from Oshiwara police station, mentioned.
Police booked them below sections 379 (punishment for theft), 406 (punishment for prison breach of belief), 411 (dishonestly receiving stolen property) and 34 (frequent intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
“With the assistance of technical help we acquired there hideout in Punjab and a staff was dispatched there. The accused had been hiding at Sita Niwas, close to the Golden Temple in Amritsar,” an officer from Oshiwara police mentioned.
Mumbai Police with the assistance of Amritsar Police raided the lodge and located her and the PT trainer. Throughout questioning they admitted to the crime and mentioned they’d stashed the stolen gold and money in a financial institution locker.
“On Saturday we produced them earlier than the metropolitan Justice of the Peace courtroom the place the courtroom remanded them in police custody until Tuesday,” Bangar mentioned.