Vijayawada: 2 arrested, gold worth 56.65 lakh recovered
Vijayawada: In a major breakthrough, the One-Town police have arrested two persons and recovered gold bars and biscuits and other articles worth Rs 56....
Vijayawada: In a major breakthrough, the One-Town police have arrested two persons and recovered gold bars and biscuits and other articles worth Rs 56.65 lakh. One of the accused stolen the gold from his owner's home in February and fled. Basing on the complaint lodged by the gold trader, the police arrested the main accused and his associate.
Commissioner of Police B Srinivasulu told the media on Tuesday that the main accused Amol Vasanth Patel of Shangli district Maharashtra took away the gold bars and biscuits from the house of his owner Anand Jagannath Solanki when he was not in the city.
Trader Anand Solanki went to Maharashtra to attend the personal works in February 2020. He gave his keys to the gold workers Sandeep and Amol Vasanth Patel and asked them to take care of home and shop.
On June 1, one of the workers, Sandeep, noticed that the other worker Vasanth Patel was missing from the home and immediately alerted the owner Anandh Solanki. He also noticed that 1225 grams of gold is missing from the residence of gold trader. Basing on the complaint lodged by Sandeep, the one town police investigated the case and arrested the main accused Amol Vasanth Patel and his friend Sailesh Patil.
Both belong to Shangli district of Maharashtra. The two hatched conspiracy to steal the gold from the residence of Solanki and decamped with the booty. Finally, they were arrested by one town police on Tuesday. Under the guidance of West ACP K Sudhar, the circle inspector P Venkateswarlu and team nabbed the two accused.