Monday, February 26, 2024

Crime Update

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Theft
Mahesh Gurung lodged a complaint that on January 20 around 10.15 pm, unknown miscreant(s) broke into his shop at Malki Point, Shillong and stole cash Rs. 30,000.
Iaineh Junom Lakhiat lodged a complaint that on January 18, unknown miscreant(s) stole batteries valued around Rs. 85,000 from Jio tower at Khlieh Umstem, Ri Bhoi.
Dr Robert R Marak of District Surveillance Office, Polo Collection Center, Shillong, lodged a complaint that on January 15, unknown miscreant(s) stole Rs 56,500 in cash from Polo Collection Center, Shillong.
Sanath Ch Marak, Pastor of Mangsapani Baptist Church, West Garo Hills, lodged a complaint that on January 13, unknown miscreant(s) broke into Mangsapani Baptist Church building and stole one amplifier, two microphones, valued around Rs 50,000 and a donation box containing Rs 50,000.

Caught red-handed
Sahil Singha lodged a complaint that on January 21, one Ashish Biswa was caught red-handed while stealing iron rods from Bivar Road, Shillong.

Fraud
Kynsailang Kharlor lodged a complaint that in August 2020, he had applied for personal loan from Bajaj Finance Ltd., Kolkata, during which one Nitin Kumar Singh introduced himself as Assistant Manager of the aforesaid company. Singh asked Kharlor to pay Rs. 1,55,647 for the loan to process. Later, the complainant realised that he has been cheated.
Mackey K Marak lodged a complaint that he had on January 5 received an anonymous phone call where the caller, who identified himself as a manager of Airtel Company, Shillong, informed him that the company requires a plot of land at his hometown in Rangsapara, West Khasi Hills, to install an Airtel tower at the rate of Rs 20 lakh for 15 years and asked the complainant to pay Rs 1,61,500 for pollution and GST, respectively. Later, Marak realised that he has been cheated.

Cattle seized
Banka Ram of Lyngkhat BOP lodged a complaint that on January 17 around 9.30 pm, BSF personnel detected five heads of cattle near BP No. 1268/8-S, BOP Lyngkhat, East Khasi Hills.

Foreigners held
AS Phanbuh, Superintendent, Land Custom Station, Dawki, lodged a complaint that on January 16 around 3.45 am, BSF personnel of Latangtilla BOP, West Jaintia Hills, detained two Bangladeshi nationals, viz. Abu Bakkar Siddik (26) and Md Afzal Hussain (28), who entered into the Indian territory without any valid documents, along with 400 bags of dry pea, Bangladeshi Taka 1,250 and two mobile phones.

Encroachment
Margareth Dkhar lodged a complaint that on June 25, 2020, and January 13, 2021, she found out that one Stelin Swer had illegally encroached into her plot of land (covered by Patta No. 2332 in the name of her husband, late Bet Syih) at Wahshken Shynriah, Elaka Rymbai, East Jaintia Hills, and extracted coal illegally.

Cattle missing
Iaraplang Mylliempdah lodged a complaint that on January 8 morning, four heads of cattle, which he had handed over to one Khlainbor Kharbuli for rearing, were found missing from Ummir, East Khasi Hills.

Apprehended
Pynkiewbiang Khongleiñ lodged a complaint that on December 31, 2020, around 9 pm, four persons, viz. Pynshlur Kharumnuid, Dran Khongwet, Mohei Khongsit and Marthus Dkhar were caught while using poisoning substances in Wah Mawlha, East Khasi Hills.

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