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Burglary At Two Senior Executives’ Homes In Noida | Noida News

Posted on July 17, 2017 by Rajkumari Abha
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Burglary At Two Senior Executives’ Homes In Noida | Noida News
NOIDA: The houses of the director of National Centre For Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF) and his neighbour, an AGM with Corporation Bank, were burgled on Saturday. The robbers allegedly entered the building after breaking several locks and took away jewellery and other valuables worth around Rs 5 lakh.
According to Manoj Gupta, the director at NCMRWF, he had left his house, on the ground floor of a building in Sector 46, to go to his village in Bulandshahr for a pooja around 10.30 am on Saturday.
“Around, 7.25 pm, I got a call from my neighbours who said my house and the house on the first floor of the building had been robbed. I immediately informed the police and left for Noida. A 48 inch LED screen, gold chain, silver jewellery, a gold ring, diamond earrings, three watches and Rs 15,000 in cash have been taken away from my house,” he told TOI, adding that he lost items and cash worth more than Rs 2.5 lakh. Gupta said the lock of a steel almirah in one of his rooms had been broken and jewellery kept inside it were stolen. In total, seven locks were broken in his house, he added.
Balaji Rao, the AGM of Corporation Bank at Sector 18, told TOI that he had left his home around 11 am and returned around 7 pm to find many items missing. “I saw that the door locks had been broken and an LED screen, gold jewellery worth around Rs 1,30,000 and Rs 25,000 in cash were missing,” he said, adding that he lost valuables and cash worth around Rs 2 lakh. Both Gupta and Rao said that it seemed the robbers had come prepared with equipment that could break the in-bulit locks the doors had.
A guard posted a few meters away from the building had been missing at the time of the incident, Gupta said in his complaint.
Alleging negligence on the part of the police, Gupta said while they had submitted a complaint around 10 pm on Saturday, the police did not turn up to take finger prints from the house till around 3.30 pm on Sunday.
“We had to keep the house in the exact condition for so many hours because the police did not come on time,” headded.
Rao also alleged that there was delay on the part of the policemen in collection of evidence from the house.
Two FIRs have been lodged at Sector 39 police station. Asked about the allegations, Rajesh Sharna, the SHO, Sector 39 police station, said no need was felt to send a team to the houses to collect finger prints.