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Burglary at judge’s house in Mohali

Unidentified miscreants broke into the house of a Patiala court judge in Sector 69 of Mohali on Wednesday,the police said.

Written by Express News Service | Pune |
April 16, 2009 3:31:26 am

Unidentified miscreants broke into the house of a Patiala court judge in Sector 69 of Mohali on Wednesday,the police said.

Additional Sessions Judge Rupinderjeet Chahal came to Mohali on Tuesday and found the locks of her house broken and the place ransacked,she told the police. Officers said some cash,important documents,cheque books,sanitary fittings and other valuables were missing from the house.

According to the police,Chahal and her family lives at her official residence in Patiala and the Mohali house mostly remains locked.

Though the locality is widely populated and is close to the Phase VIII police station,none of the neighbours or the police patrolling parties noticed the theft.

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The police said it was not ascertained yet as to when the burglary took place.

The police pressed its dog squad and forensic experts into service but no clue had been found till the filing of this report.

In another theft reported from Kharar,Prikshit Juliat found his house in Sunny Enclave broken into and ransacked when he returned from Amritsar on Tuesday evening. He reported the loss of a DVD player,Rs 15,000,several gold and silver ornaments and other valuables worth several lakhs of rupees.

The police have registered a case.

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First published on: 16-04-2009 at 03:31:26 am

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