Thieves on prowl in Zakura, Batpora
Srinagar, Dec 15: Thieves decamped with goods worth lakhs of rupees from a garment shop at Zakura crossing last night.
Reports said the thieves broke shutters of the shop Wearhouse and decamped with garments worth lakhs of rupees.
Meanwhile in the same area, three LPG gas cylinders were stolen from two residential houses at Jeelanabad and Batpora in Hazratbal on December 12 and 13 respectively.
Among the three LPG gas cylinders two belonged to Ghulam Rasool Wadoo and another to Ghulam Rasool Wani were stolen by thieves.
“We have lodged complaint with the concerned police station. We make a fervent appeal to SSP Srinagar to look into the matter and nab the accused at the earliest to restore sense of security in the area,” he said.
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