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Computers Stolen from School

Five computers and two printers worth Rs 1.68 lakh were stolen from the Government High School, Vilavoorkal, Malayinkeezhu police said.

Published: 09th May 2014 08:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th May 2014 08:57 AM   |  A+A-

Five computers and two printers worth Rs 1.68 lakh were stolen from the Government High School, Vilavoorkal, Malayinkeezhu police said.

The theft was discovered on Thursday morning by the school staff.

According to police, the theft must have occurred between Wednesday evening and early Thursday morning.

The equipment was part of the IT@School project at the school and was used to coach students. An investigation has been launched into the incident.

Held for Stealing from Temples

T’Puram: The Pangode Police on Thursday arrested a person for stealing from the donation boxes of two temples.

The accused has been identified as Vinod, 27, of Kanchinada. It was around two months ago that he broke open the donation boxes of Pandyanpara Temple and Appoppan Nada in Bharathannoor, according to the police.

KSRTC Bus Driver Beaten Up

T’Puram: Two bike riders stopped a Talakkulam-Kottayam Fast Passenger Bus midway and hit its driver in Chittazha, near Maruthoor on Thursday.

The culprits fled soon after the incident. The driver was given first aid at a hospital nearby and discharged.

According to the police, they hit him as the bus had splashed water on them.

A case has been registered at the Vattapara police station.

The police have traced the bike’s registration number to a person named Liju. But they haven’t been able to trace him or his accomplice yet.



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