Thieves created a ruckus in Sawaimadhopur at midnight, broke the lock of the shop and stole goods and cash

Sawai Madhopur : Superintendent of Police Mamta Gupta said that the accused Rahul Jaiswal son of Namonath Prasad Jaiswal and Anil Kumar Yadav son of Lorik Rai Yadav are residents of Ghodasan, District Motihari East Champaran Bihar. She said that on the night of May 30, unknown thieves stole 90 Android phones of different companies worth Rs 40 lakh and cash worth Rs 1.7 lakh from the mobile store of businessman Ritesh Jain located in Bajaria. To reveal the incident, various teams were formed under the leadership of Mantown Police Station Officer Radharaman Gupta under the supervision of Additional Superintendent of Police Vijay Singh Meena and City Deputy Superintendent of Police Hemendra Sharma. Various police teams identified the suspects from CCTV. Police reached Ghodasan and searched the footage in CCTV cameras. Identified the accused on the basis of video and technical basis and confirmed that the incident was carried out by Ghodasan gang. After identifying the identified thieves, three teams continuously went to Champaran in Bihar, New Delhi, Gurgaon to catch them. During this time, based on information received from an informer, Assistant Sub-Inspector Ajit Moga succeeded in arresting two criminals of the Ghodasan Gang from Gurgaon.

Criminals do not use mobile phones

The Ghodasan gang has connections in North India. This gang targets mobile shops and showrooms. The special thing is that the members of the gang who steal mobiles worth lakhs of rupees never use mobile phones themselves. Therefore, catching them was a big challenge for the police.

Mobiles were sold abroad

The gang sells the stolen mobiles in countries like Nepal, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Dubai. Whenever there was a police raid, the gang members used to flee to Nepal as Nepal is only 10 kilometers away from Ghodasan. Ghodasan police station of Matihari district of Bihar is infamous for the criminals who commit theft, robbery and burglary. Here, children from 10 years of age to adults of 50 years of age are given training in crime. Nepal is a very easy place for the gang to sell the stolen goods to the accused. The accused have so far committed thefts in Alwar, Karnal, Nagaur, Kerala, New Delhi.

recce was done before theft

According to the police, members of the Ghodasan gang had come to Sawai Madhopur on 24 and 25 May to recce a mobile store. The gang decided the target and reached Sawai Madhopur from New Delhi on the night of the incident and cut the shutter of the shop at 4 am and stole the mobiles in just 15 to 20 minutes. To mislead the police, the criminals divided into two groups. One gang went towards Kota and the other towards New Delhi. During the initial interrogation, it was found that eight to nine members had committed this crime. Efforts are being made to arrest other members involved in the crime and recover the mobiles.