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Chandigarh. On Tuesday afternoon, on the pretext of delivering the package, a robber entered the house in Sector-35 and tried to rob the house by pointing a gun, but the 12-year-old boy ran out of the house and made noise . On hearing the child’s screams, the thief came out in fear and escaped by jumping through the front door. The entire incident was captured on the CCTV camera installed outside the house.
In the CCTV footage, it is seen that the thief had come in a car and was carrying some items from the cartoon. He wore a mask over his mouth and glasses over his eyes. After opening the cartoon, bricks came out. The police got the information and started investigation by registering a case against an unknown accused.
Money changer businessman Sunil Bajaj lives with his family in Sector-35. According to the CCTV footage, at around 3.45 pm, the accused approached Sunil’s house in a green car. The driver of the auto left him and drove away. After that the accused rang the bell of Sunil’s house. A woman of the house opened the door. The thief said his package has arrived. At this, the defendant drew his gun and entered the residence. During this time Sunil Bajaj’s wife, grandson, two daughters-in-law and servant were present in the house. Everyone panicked as soon as they saw the gun. Meanwhile, seeing the opportunity, the 12-year-old grandson who was near the door ran out and started shouting for help. The thief thought that he would be caught now, so running fast he reached outside the front door and ran away after jumping over it. All this incidence has been captured on the CCTV camera installed in the house, apart from this the police who have arrived at the place are also scanning the cameras installed in the nearby houses and at the junctions. According to the police, the events happened within a minute.
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The automatic door was locked and the thief fled by jumping
According to the police, the gate at the main entrance of the house is automatic, which closes automatically when you enter. As soon as the boy started making noise outside, the thief ran out. He tried to open the door but it wouldn’t open. After that, the thief ran by jumping the door.
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The one and a half crore loot case has not been solved till date
On the night of January 9, 2018 in Sector-33, a theft of Rs 1.5 crore took place at the house of Ajit Jain, the owner of the refrigerator. In this famous case, Ajit Jain’s driver was killed. Then the police had shown a lot of promptness in this matter but till now this case is not solved.
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To avoid this crime, keep these things in mind
Retired DSP Jagbir Singh of Chandigarh Police Crime Branch said that CCTV cameras should be installed in the house so that the person entering the house can be caught on camera. To be safe, first of all, take a photo of the package delivery person on your mobile. Install eyepieces on the door so that the person outside the door can see from inside. Put a latch on the door. There is a chain attached so the door only opens up to 6 inches. A person can be seen outside and small objects can also be taken out.
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Be strict on a police level
The retired officer said the police should instruct courier companies to make identity cards of parcel delivery people at their homes and make them hang around their necks. Before delivering the package, the interested person must inform the person delivering the package by phone so that the mobile number of that person is with the interested person.

Chandigarh. On Tuesday afternoon, on the pretext of delivering the package, a robber entered the house in Sector-35 and tried to rob the house by pointing a gun, but the 12-year-old boy ran out of the house and made noise . On hearing the child’s screams, the thief came out in fear and escaped by jumping through the front door. The entire incident was captured on the CCTV camera installed outside the house.

In the CCTV footage, it is seen that the thief had come in a car and was carrying some items from the cartoon. He wore a mask over his mouth and glasses over his eyes. After opening the cartoon, bricks came out. The police got the information and started investigation by registering a case against an unknown accused.

Money changer businessman Sunil Bajaj lives with his family in Sector-35. According to the CCTV footage, at around 3.45 pm, the accused approached Sunil’s house in a green car. The driver of the auto left him and drove away. After that the accused rang the bell of Sunil’s house. A woman of the house opened the door. The thief said his package has arrived. At this, the defendant drew his gun and entered the residence. During this time Sunil Bajaj’s wife, grandson, two daughters-in-law and servant were present in the house. Everyone panicked as soon as they saw the gun. Meanwhile, seeing the opportunity, the 12-year-old grandson who was near the door ran out and started shouting for help. The thief thought that he would be caught now, so running fast he reached outside the front door and ran away after jumping over it. All this incidence has been captured on the CCTV camera installed in the house, apart from this the police who have arrived at the place are also scanning the cameras installed in the nearby houses and at the junctions. According to the police, the events happened within a minute.

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The automatic door was locked and the thief fled by jumping

According to the police, the gate at the main entrance of the house is automatic, which closes automatically when you enter. As soon as the boy started making noise outside, the thief ran out. He tried to open the door but it wouldn’t open. After that, the thief ran by jumping the door.

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The one and a half crore loot case has not been solved till date

On the night of January 9, 2018 in Sector-33, a theft of Rs 1.5 crore took place at the house of Ajit Jain, the owner of the refrigerator. In this famous case, Ajit Jain’s driver was killed. Then the police had shown a lot of promptness in this matter but till now this case is not solved.

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To avoid this crime, keep these things in mind

Retired DSP Jagbir Singh of Chandigarh Police Crime Branch said that CCTV cameras should be installed in the house so that the person entering the house can be caught on camera. To be safe, first of all, take a photo of the package delivery person on your mobile. Install eyepieces on the door so that the person outside the door can see from inside. Put a latch on the door. There is a chain attached so the door only opens up to 6 inches. A person can be seen outside and small objects can also be taken out.

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Be strict on a police level

The retired officer said the police should instruct courier companies to make identity cards of parcel delivery people at their homes and make them hang around their necks. Before delivering the package, the interested person must inform the person delivering the package by phone so that the mobile number of that person is with the interested person.

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