A hoodlum broke seven shut circuit TV cameras introduced at the Sai Baba Temple in Sector 29 here and stole ₹9 lakh from one of the trade boxes out a pre-first light wrongdoing on Friday, police said.
The sanctuary "sevadars" — Shiv Kumar and Mukesh Singh — found about the occurrence around 4am when the entryway of sanctum sanctorum was opened. They found the locks of the money box broken and raised a caution.
Police said a CCTV camera outside the sanctuary demonstrated the recording of a man wearing a monkey top entering the sanctuary at 2.57am in the night. Police said the cheat had ascended the mass of the bordering Garwal Bhawan and bounced on to the principal floor of the sanctuary from where he entered the principle lobby.
To guarantee that he is not distinguished the blamed was wearing a gunny sack. In the wake of entering the sanctum sanctorum, the charged harmed all the seven CCTV cameras introduced inside the sanctuary and afterward plundered cash.
For 45 minutes he was inside the sanctuary and stole money from one of the three money boxes. He took away cash notes of Rs 100, Rs 500 and Rs 2,000 divisions and abandoned lower category notes and coins.
The sanctuary specialists were to open the money box on Sunday. It is a routine for the sanctuary administration to open the trade box once out a month.
A protest was held up by sanctuary president Ramesh Kalia. A case under Section 380 (burglary) was enlisted at Industrial Area police headquarters. Police presume it to be an insider's employment as the hoodlum knew about where every one of the cameras were introduced.
"The denounced had brought a dark paint. Not only his face, he had even secured his hands with gloves to guarantee that no fingerprints are deserted. At any rate ₹9 lakh was stolen," said Kalia.
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