They had no longer too long ago secured bail citing the chance of contracting COVID-19

They had no longer too long ago secured bail citing the chance of contracting COVID-19

The NRI Coastal police own arrested two men, who had no longer too long ago secured bail citing the chance of contracting COVID-19, for stealing six silver idols and ₹10,000 from the donation field of a temple in Seawoods.

Nivrutti Naik, a resident of Sector 36 in Karawe village, noticed the idols lacking and filed a complaint with the NRI Coastal police on August 25. A right estate agent, Mr. Naik constructed the temple delivery air his role in 1992. Though the temple modified into closed to the final public after the lockdown modified into imposed, Mr. Naik historical to delivery it for every day rituals. He found the gate’s lock broken at 5.30 a.m. on August 25. He stated six silver idols and ₹10,000 from the donation field were lacking.

“They were captured within the CCTV photos and we arrested them after verifying their major aspects with the locals. We were able to compile better the six idols, but no longer the stolen cash,” a police officer stated.

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The accused were identified as Vipul Vinod Jadhav (20) and Salman alias Fardeen Javed Khan (19), every residents of Karawe village. Of the five circumstances registered against Mr. Jadhav at NRI Coastal police establish, four were dedicated this 365 days. Mr. Khan modified into arrested in one case registered with the Sanpada police final 365 days.

“The accused applied for bail citing the chance of contracting COVID-19. Out on bail, they started stealing any other time. They opinion they would no longer compile arrested at some level of the pandemic. Within weeks of coming out, they are help in prison,” the officer stated.

The accused were booked below Sections 457 (home-breaking by night time) and 380 (theft in abode) of the Indian Penal Code.

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