Gold Worth Rs 2.5 Crore Allegedly Stolen From Train In Rajasthan

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The complainants, Narendra Tailor and Vipul, were employees of a Mumbai-based company. (Representational)


Gold worth Rs 2.5 crore was allegedly stolen from a Bandra-Udaipur train, the police said on today.

Two passengers, travelling with eight kg gold in a sleeper coach, alleged that the gold was stolen near the Nimbhara railway station of Chittorgarh district on Monday, the police said.

The complainants — Narendra Tailor and Vipul — were employees of a Mumbai-based company and were supposed to deliver the gold to traders in Udaipur, the police said, adding that they had all the documents related to the gold in their possession.

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Based on the complaint, a case was registered against unidentified persons under section 380 (theft in dwelling house), Government Railway Police, Chittorgarh Station House Officer Lal Singh said.

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