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Clinic Theft: Man Steals 7L From Clinic | Ludhiana News

Clinic Theft: Man Steals 7L From Clinic | Ludhiana News

Times News Network Ludhiana: An unidentified man barged into a homeopath’s clinic on Bindraban Road and made off with Rs 7 lakh in cash. Division 8 police have filed an FIR against an unidentified suspect who was seen in the CCTV footage carrying out the theft. The suspect had come on a scooter and was carrying a bag. Dr Surjit Singh Jaggi of Kitchlu said he had kept some money in the drawer of his clinic on the first floor of the building. When he came to the clinic on June 26, he found the door of the clinic open. When he checked the drawer, the money was missing. Senior constable Mohan Singh, investigating officer, said a case under sections 454 (lurking house trespass) and 380 (theft) of the IPC has been registered against the accused. The police suspect the involvement of an acquaintance who knew that the doctor was keeping the money in the clinic. The investigation is underway, the police official said.

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