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Ambernath Robbery: Hardware store robbery in Ambernath, thief caught on CCTV stealing and running Hardware store robbery in Ambernath, robbers caught on CCTV

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One called the shopkeeper outside to show him the washing machine hose and struck up a conversation with the shopkeeper. Then the second thief went to the store and opened the drawer with a screwdriver and stole 50,000 rupees from there.

Theft from a hardware store in Ambernath

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Ambernath: A robbery at a hardware store in Ambernath (Flight) was revealed. Two people committed this robbery together, one involved the shopkeeper in the conversation, while the other stole 50,000 rupees from the street. thieves (Thieves) CCTV shop (CCTV) are photographed. This incident took place on July 29 and a case was registered at Shivajinagar police station on August 2. Based on CCTV footage, the police are looking for the thieves. Due to this incident which happened in broad daylight, an atmosphere of fear has spread among the citizens of the region as well as in the business community.

Bhardupari thieves broke into the store and stole 50,000 rupees

There is a store called Ambika Hardware in the B Cabin area of ​​Ambernath East. On the afternoon of July 29, two thieves came to this shop. One of them called the shopkeeper outside to show him the washing machine hose and struck up a conversation with the shopkeeper. Then the second thief went to the store and opened the drawer with a screwdriver and stole 50,000 rupees from there. The thieves were caught on CCTV entering the store and running away. Shivajinagar police are looking for the thieves.

MP Balaji Kinikar met with Deputy Commissioner of Police

The Ambernath Shopkeepers Association and the Doctors Association have expressed their displeasure at the increase in crime in the Ambernath East area over the past few days and the police are failing to curb it. In this regard, MLA Dr. Shivajinagar Police Station. Under the leadership of Balaji Kinikar, professional associations and medical associations met with the deputy police commissioner. Chain robberies, robberies, shootings and murders have occurred in the town of Ambernath in recent days, while robberies and burglaries have become commonplace. The Ambernath Shopkeepers Association alleged laxity by the police was responsible for all of this. The doctors’ association has also expressed its dissatisfaction with all this. To express this dissatisfaction, the representatives of the association of traders and the association of doctors met with the deputy police commissioner Prashant Mohite. (Theft from a hardware store in Ambernath, thieves caught on CCTV)

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