Cyber thugs withdrew 80 thousand rupees from the account of Civil Judge Junior Division Ramesh Chand within two days. Surprisingly, the message to withdraw money on his mobile did not come, only the mail came. The Kotwali police have started investigating the case on the civil judge’s Tahrir.
The civil judge has an account with the Herbertpur branch of SBI. Cyber thugs pulled out ten thousand and 40 thousand rupees from his account on the night of 15 October. The next day i.e. on the morning of October 16, the thugs again withdrew 40 thousand rupees.
In Tahrir, he said that he was checking his mail on Thursday. He came to know that 80 thousand rupees were withdrawn from his account. After this, the civil judge informed the police and the branch manager of the bank.
According to Kotwal Pradeep Bisht, the police is investigating the case, first, it is being ascertained from which ATMs the cyber thugs have withdrawn money. Cyber thugs will be detected by taking CCTV footage from the ATM there.
Case filed, but no clue of thieves
A case has been registered against the unknown in Selaqui police post for theft of lakhs of rupees in the locked house of a restaurant owner in Bhagwanpur-Julo village under Sahaspur police station. After registering a case against the restaurant owner’s Tahrir, the police have picked up the mobile data around the spot. Also, the CCTV footage was reconstructed, but on the second day of the incident, the police could not find a clue of the thieves.
On 16 October, Upendra Kanthura, son of Pooran Singh, resident of Bhagwanpur Julo, went to his restaurant near Bhauwala Chowk. The wife was also at the restaurant and the children went to school. The thieves broke the locks of the house locked in broad daylight and combed all the rooms of the house. The thieves had cleaned hands inside the house on jewelry worth lakhs of rupees, including cash of twenty thousand rupees, three chains of gold, rings, naths, etc.
On the restaurant owner’s Tahrir, the police filed a case against the unknown. The police picked up the mobile data around the scene, and also activated the informers. The police interrogated the workers of the outer area, painter, plumber, etc. engaged in the construction work, as well as focused on the youths who had gone to jail earlier in the theft cases.
Police questioned several suspects, but could not find any clues. According to Outpost Incharge Selaqui Narendra Puri, there is no clue of the thieves yet. People from the outer area living around the scene will be questioned.