Two men were arrested for allegedly stealing paper rolls worth Rs 70,000 from a godown in outer Delhi's Alipur, police said Thursday. The accused - Shiv Bahadur (35) and Yogender (28), residents of Khera Kalan were arrested by the police.
In his complainant, Ashwani Garg, the owner of the godown said on Wednesday noon, he found 10 paper rolls, kept outside his godown and worth Rs 70,000, stolen. Bahadur and Yogender were nabbed from the Khera colony and the stolen articles were also recovered from them, a senior police officer said.
The vehicle used for carrying the stolen materials were also seized, he said. Police said Bahadur used to identify the place from where they could steal articles.
On the other hand, Yogender, a driver would arrange the vehicle for carrying the stolen articles, police said, adding the accused are being further interrogated.
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