Burglar arrested in Ganderbal.

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Burglar arrested in Ganderbal

Srinagar, January 01(PTK):Ganderbal police arrested a burglar who had barged in a masjid in Gund area of Ganderbal.

 Police Station Gund had received a complaint that during the night hours, an attempt was made by unknown person(s) to commit theft in Jamia Masjid Gund. The unknown theive(s) tried to break open the safe of the masjid however the attempt was unsuccessful.

      The CCTV cameras installed in the masjid as well as the recording equipment were found damaged and a television set attached to the CCTV cameras was found stolen.

      In this regard FIR No 35/2017 was registered in Police Station Gund and investigation was started. During the course of investigation Zahoor Ahmad Yatoo son of Sanaullah Yatoo resident of Yechama Kangan involved in the theft was arrested. The stolen television set was also recovered in a broken state(PTK).

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