Theft in Rajdhani Express

BANGALORE: Passengers in the city-bound  Rajdhani Express were shocked to find their valuables stolen.  Three persons filed cases with the city railway police in connection with the

Published: 12th April 2012 02:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:28 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Passengers in the city-bound  Rajdhani Express were shocked to find their valuables stolen.  Three persons filed cases with the city railway police in connection with the thefts. According to the police, the train had left Nizamuddin, Delhi on Monday and was to reach the city on Wednesday morning.

In the early hours of Wednesday, some passengers in the two-tier AC coaches found their valuables missing when the train was passing the Dharmavaram station.  They complained to the train staff about the theft but it was of no help.  It is suspected that the theft took place between 2 and 4 am. Shinu George, a resident of BEML Layout in Raja Rajeshwari Nagar, lost his iPhone,  gold ring and Rs10,000 in cash.

Sunita Gupta of Rajajinagar who lost her phone, 10 grams gold and `1,500 in cash and Radha Bai, a deputy general manager at BSNL and a resident of Basaveshwaranagar, lost her phone and Rs 5,000.

As the incident came to light at Dharmavaram, the city railway police transferred the case to the jurisdictional police in Dharmavaram.

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