By admin       2017-12-27

A huge stock of cotton seized by a private bank was stolen from a warehouse on Khanpur Road of Jasdan town around Saturday midnight. The bank had impounded 640 bales (one bale equals 170kg) from six persons as they had failed to repay the loan. The stock is valued at Rs 1.28 crore. Some people came to the warehouse and fleeced Vikram Shekhawat, the security guard, by telling him that the cotton stock has to be taken from the warehouse. They made him talk with some 'supervisor' on their mobile phone who told the security man in Hindi to allow the persons to take the stock. Realizing that he was cheated, Shekhawat registered a police complaint. He told police the accused had brought five trucks with them. Police sources said that the loan was taken by Dalsukh Damesia, resident of Jasapar village of Jasdan and Amit Ramesh Vekaria, a resident of Halva village of Gondal taluka. K N Ramanuj, PI, Jasdan said, "The borrowers are prime suspect in this crime and we have registered complaint against them. We are searching for the accused."

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