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Monday , January 20 , 2014
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Midnight robbery

Robbers fled with Rs 2.5 lakh and jewellery worth Rs 5 lakh from the house of one Bimli Mehta in Dhanuki.

Mehta told police that the incident occurred when she, along with her children, was sleeping in an adjacent room. The criminals had entered the house, which falls under Agamkuan police stationís jurisdiction, on late Saturday night. They then opened the almirah with a key, which was lying in the same room, said the police.

The incident came to light when Mehta woke up in the morning. A complaint has been lodged on the statement of Mehta, who owns a tour and travel agency in Patna City.

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