Home Chhattisgarh Thief's plans foiled: Young man was running away after crossing the truck with paddy worth Rs 8.50 lakh, police arrested him like this

Thief's plans foiled: Young man was running away after crossing the truck with paddy worth Rs 8.50 lakh, police arrested him like this

0
Thief's plans foiled: Young man was running away after crossing the truck with paddy worth Rs 8.50 lakh, police arrested him like this

Praveen Sahu, Abhanpur. A case of theft of a truck laden with paddy has come to light in Navapara area adjacent to the capital Raipur. Here a young man was trying to escape by crossing the truck with paddy worth Rs 8.50 lakh, but the police foiled the thief's plans. The police laid siege and arrested the youth along with the paddy and the truck. The matter is of Navapara Gobra police station area. Read More – Hooliganism in uniform: When the accused was not found, his brother was brutally beaten, he suffered serious body injuries, SP attached the line to the trainee DSP.

According to the information received, transport businessman Jasveer Singh Chhabra lodged a report in Navapara police station that on Sunday, March 31, after loading paddy in Ashok Leyland truck number CG 04 PG 3652 and vacating Navapara Ekta Rice Mill, driver Sumeet Yadav was standing in front of Ekta Rice Mill. Kar had gone to drink tea. When he came back after some time after drinking tea, the truck was stolen from there. He also asked the car owner whether he had taken the car inside the rice mill, but the car owner refused. Driver Sumeet Yadav inquired here and there but no trace of the vehicle was found. After this, he reached the police station and lodged a report.

The police took immediate action on this and scanned the surrounding CCTV footage. After scanning several cameras, information was received that a truck was heading towards Kurud Nari. After this, Nawapara police station in-charge Avadharam Sahu immediately left with his team and the suspicious truck was cordoned off and stopped near village Bharda, district Dhamtari. The police brought the accused along with the truck to the police station and interrogated him. At first the accused gave vague answers, but after strict interrogation by the police, he confessed to his crime.

Navapara police station TI Avadharam Sahu said that information about theft of truck including paddy has been received. Accused has been arrested. The accused, 25-year-old Devraj Dhruv, is a resident of Gadhidih village, Fingeshwar police station, from whose possession the truck and the paddy loaded in the truck have been recovered. At present the police have arrested the accused and sent him to jail.