Dacoity in Jewelry Shop; valuables of 10 crores robbed in Varanasi

Edited by Shubham Sharma; Varanasi
The land of Hindu golden temple (well known Kashiviswanath) is now insecure. Gold, silver and diamonds worth 10 crore Rupees on Saturday evening were looted on guns-point from Sitaram jewelers, situated in Thatheri Bazzar under Chowk police station, by the some robbers in Varanasi. The report says that it is a biggest incident of loot in Varanasi which is the parliamentary constituency of PM Modi and a pilgrimage spot 301 kilometer away from state capital Uttar Pradesh.
According to police, two men entered as customers and said show the locket; meanwhile four more accomplices barged into the shop. The miscreants threatened at guns-point to Sanjey, the owner, and more servants who were present there; smashed the CCTV camera and DVR by hitting on the ground.
They broke the mobile phones on the scaring on the strength of weapons. They fled with their black colored bag filled with the valuables of the showcase, locker and almirah in the shop.
Police have said that it is not yet estimated how much damage has been done in the loot. But according to initial assessment including more than 4 Kg of Gold and Diamond-Panna, other valuable gems were  looted which price is estimated to be around Rs 10 crores.
It is said that Sitaram jewels are one of the biggest firms in the city and its business is spread around whole Purvanchal to Bihar.

IG zone, N Ravindra, SSP in charge, Ashish Tiwari, SP city Rajesh Yadav, STF and crime branch team reached to the incident spot. The crime branch team is searching into CCTV footage of nearby shops.

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