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Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday cracked a case of theft in central Kashmir’s Kangan in record three hours.
A top cop of Ganderbal told Kashmir Life that Police Station Kangan received a written complaint from M/S Gammon India Ltd. (T&D Business). The complaint said, “20 bags of HD High Tensile Galvanised Nuts and Bolts worth Rs 1, 50,000 were stolen during night from their store (open) situated at Margund Kangan.”
Taking cognisance of the offence, an FIR No 36/2016 u/s 379 RPC was registered in the said Police Station and investigation was taken up.
“Within three hours, cops cracked the case and recovered all 20 bags of HD High Tensile Galvanised Nuts and Bolts from two persons namely Aamir Ahmad Sheikh s/o Ab Rehman Shiekh r/o Margund and Shahid Nazir Bhat s/o Nazir Ahmad r/o Cherwan,” the official informed.
“The modus operandi adopted as well as involvement of any other person in the crime is being ascertained,” he added.