Thieves decamp with cash, mobile phones during broad day light

Excelsior Correspondent

SAMBA, Aug 21: Thieves targeted two houses in the Chak Manga area of Samba and with cash and other costly items during the daytime. According to information, no one was at home at that time.
Giving information about the incident the owner Surinder Kumar Attri said that the theft was carried out during the day itself. Raja Ram, who is from outside the UT and lives in a rented house in Chak Manga, Samba, said that both of them (he and house owner) work in the factory and the children were at school. At that time no one was present at the house.
He said the thieves stole a smart mobile phone, a small keypad phone, about Rs 3,000 in cash, an ATM card and a silver bracelet. He said that when the family members returned from work, they found the locks of the rooms broken. When he went inside, the mobile phone, cash and other items were missing. The information about the matter was immediately given to the local police, after which the police reached the spot and started investigation.
Local people said that ever since Benam Tosh was appointed as SSP in Samba, there was a decline in the cases of thefts, but now the thieves have become active again and it seems that the thieves have no fear of anyone.
He appealed to SSP Samba to put an end to the menace of thieves in Samba by curbing the cases of increasing thefts. It should be noted that a few days back in Ghagwal and Rakh Amb Tali area, thieves have stolen cash and goods worth lakhs of rupees on the same day itself.