Police is nothing without CCTV cameras!

Pune: The Hadapsar police have arrested a Kolhapur resident for stealing Rs 20,000 cash and jewelry worth Rs 3.5 lakh from his father-in-law's house in Sadasatra drain on July 10. Nikhil Pawar (23) of Sambhajinagar Chawl in Kolhapur's Jaisinghpur was sent to Yerwada Central Jail on Monday after a Pune court sent him to 14-day magisterial custody. 

"By locking the house, Pawar's father-in-law and other family members left the house to see the movie. On his return, he could not find anything wrong as he opened the front. Locked the door to go in, but later found out that the cash and jewelry were missing from his wardrobe. The family reported a theft allegation, "said Hadapsar Police assistant inspector Vijay Kumar Shinde on Tuesday. Police checked all the CCTV security cameras and found how the robbers had done the robbery.

However, Assistant Inspector Shinde added, "After the investigation, The police were released and were completely wondered how the theft could be executed front door locks were intact when the family returned home from watching the movie. Investigators later found out that the son-in-law, who was in financial trouble, had created and used a duplicate key to lock move, and remove property before leaving the place looking at the house."

Source - Times of India  

Summary - It’s always good to have CCTV cameras at your home and you feel secure while you don’t have any family members at your home. It is necessary to have CCTV cameras in your home. Many shops, businesses, and educational institutions are now under an eye of surveillance of CCTV. Recordings can be used to monitor and can be used as a piece of strong evidence in the court of the threat.


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July 2022




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