Ghaziabad: After an elderly woman was beaten up and injured, miscreants fled with cash and jewelery worth lakhs.

Miscreants beat up old man, ran away with cash and jewelery from the house, police are investigating.

In Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad district, miscreants broke into a house and beat up an old woman. They also looted gold ornaments, cash and five mobile phones kept in the house. According to the victims, after carrying out the incident, the miscreants jumped over the wall and fled from the house. Currently, the police team that reached the spot is busy investigating the matter.

According to the police, Satyendra Kumar, a resident of Nagla Musa village, lives with his family. He runs his own clinic. According to Satyendra Kumar, at night his mother Brahma Kaur, elder brother Manoj Kumar, sister-in-law, newly married niece Tannu and nephew Tarun were sleeping in the courtyard of the house.

Jumped over the wall and entered the house

While he was sleeping in the veranda with his wife Surbhi. A miscreant climbed the wall and entered the house late at night. After he opened the main door of the house, another miscreant also entered. Both miscreants searched the entire house and took the mobile phones kept on the bed.

Attack on elderly woman

After this the miscreants approached old Brahma Kaur and started pulling her earrings. Meanwhile the old man woke up. When he resisted the miscreants, they started beating him. Screams were heard at the spot, which woke up other family members as well. Meanwhile, the miscreants had pulled the old woman’s earrings and the Mangalsutra from the neck of the newlywed Tannu and fled. The victim said that the miscreants fled after looting five mobile phones and gold jewellery.

Police joined the investigation

After this the matter was informed by calling the police. In this matter, the police say that a search has been started to catch the miscreants. Efforts are on to nab the accused through the CCTV installed at the spot. A case has been registered based on the complaint.


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