Miscreants tie up family rob house and loot cash, jewellery worth 13 lakh near Mangalore

Source: S.O. News Service | By INS India | Published on 28th June 2020, 12:14 AM | Coastal News |

Mangaluru: In a shocking incident a house was robbed in kalmanja village in Belthangady after the family residing in it were tied up, in the early hours on Friday. According to police, the robbers fled with valuables worth Rs 12.4 lakh.

Police said that four unidentified miscreants broke into the house of Achuth Bhat, 56, a resident of kalmanja village. After gaining entry, they tied Achuth, his wife and mother using pieces of cloth.

They snatched away the mangalsutra which his wife was wearing and also robbed a kg of silver items, 40 sovereigns of gold as well as cash from the house.

Achuth is an arecanut dealer in Belthangady. In his complaint, he also alleged that the miscreants assulted him and his family members, when they refused to give valuables and threatened to kill them. They have also threatened to do physical harm in case if they inform this to police.

A case has been registered at the Belthangady police station in this regard.

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