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Madhya Pradesh: Police personnel accused of robbing gold from businessman, 2 arrested

Madhya Pradesh police has arrested two personnel of its department after lodging a case against them over an incident of gold robbery from a merchant dealing in precious metals.

ANI | Mandsaur (Madhya Pradesh) | Updated: 05-12-2019 07:04 IST | Created: 05-12-2019 07:04 IST
Madhya Pradesh: Police personnel accused of robbing gold from businessman, 2 arrested
Mandsaur ASP Hitesh Choudhary briefing reporters about the case on Wednesday. . Image Credit: ANI

Madhya Pradesh police has arrested two personnel of its department after lodging a case against them over an incident of gold robbery from a merchant dealing in precious metals. Mandsaur ASP Hitesh Choudhary said, "An incident had come to light in which a businessman was robbed of gold. It was suspected that some police personnel may be involved in it. A case was registered and a probe was launched".

"We have now made three police personnel including a sub-inspector accused in the case. Further probe is underway", he added. While accused Gaurav and Dharmendra have been arrested and produced in the court for remand, another accused Sub-inspector Gopal remains absconding.

The three were allegedly involved in robbing the complainant of 111-gram gold after taking him for a ride. The incident had occurred on November 27. During the preliminary probe, police traced the mobile locations of the suspects and later registered a named FIR after asserting the role of accused personnel. (ANI)


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