Mumbai: Police use Aadhaar to nab thief, recover diamond jewellery

The Powai police have used an Aadhaar card to track down a maid who had allegedly fled from a Powai residence last month with diamond jewellery worth Rs 6 lakh.

By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published:August 7, 2016 1:11 am

The Powai police have used an Aadhaar card to track down a maid who had allegedly fled from a Powai residence last month with diamond jewellery worth Rs 6 lakh. Her employer, the victim in the case, had collected her Aadhaar details when they first employed her as a domestic help. The investigators used the same to solve the case. She was recently nabbed in Delhi. But the police said she has currently been sheltered in a Delhi-based correction facility. They said they had recieved a complaint from the employer, a resident of the Raheja Vihar building in Powai’s Hiranandani Complex in Powai, in July. On the basis of the Aadhaar card details, senior police inspector Bhai Mahadeshwar had sent a police team in Jharkhand that tracked down her home with the help of the Jharkhand Police.

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