Pune Police Return Stolen Valuables Worth Rs 2.31 Crore To Owners

Pune Police Return Stolen Valuables Worth Rs 2.31 Crore To Owners

Pune Police Return Stolen Valuables Worth Rs 2.31 Crore To Owners

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In a heartwarming display of dedication, the Pune City Police orchestrated the emotional return of stolen valuables, valued at a staggering Rs 2.31 crore, to their rightful owners. Among the tearful reunions was 75-year-old Mandakini Kaluram Phuge from Chinchwad, who couldn’t hold back her gratitude upon receiving her 2.5 tolas gold bangle—a precious possession acquired 45 years ago through hard-earned savings. This bangle, snatched away in a theft, found its way back to her following the apprehension of the perpetrator by law enforcement.

During a poignant ceremony hosted at the Pune Police Commissionerate, items pilfered and looted in approximately 20 separate offenses lodged across several police stations—including Samarth, Faraskhana, Khadak, Shivajinagar, and Deccan—were joyously returned to their owners. The array of recovered items encompassed gold jewelry, cash, motorcycles, auto-rickshaws, mobile phones, and an impressive tally of 37 laptops, cumulatively valued at Rs 2,31,54,489.

The event witnessed the esteemed presence of Joint Commissioner of Police Pravin Pawar, Additional Commissioners of Police Pravinkumar Patil and Shailesh Balkawade, along with Deputy Commissioner of Police (Zone 1) Sandip Singh Gill, and other esteemed police officials, who stood as pillars of support in this endeavor to restore stolen treasures to their rightful homes.

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