Nashik: Stolen goods worth Rs. 52 lakh recovered by the police were returned to the owners at the hands of the Police Commissioner. This included gold jewellery, mobiles, motorcycles, a four-wheeler, TV sets and LPG and oxygen cylinders.
A programme was organised at Raosaheb Thorat hall on Gangapur Road to return stolen goods to their owners. Police Commissioner Dr. Ravinder Kumar Singal said that police are working 24/7 to nab suspect thieves. It is a big challenge to recover stolen goods from suspects after their arrest. Crimes are busted through this. For this, police have to complete many legalities and goods are returned to complainants thereafter. It is the job of police to bust crimes.
Police administration is for serving the people. Citizens should make complaint with police without any problem. With this it is possible to bust crime and punishment to suspects. Those who got their stolen goods again were very happy, he added.
Dr. Singal praised Sunita Surana for catching gold chain snatcher and urged that women should show daring like her. Sunita Surana stated, “We, women provide opportunity to thieves to steal gold chain. If we cover it properly while walking on road, they will never get this opportunity. There is a need to show daring at that moment when it happens. There is no use of crying later. There are many misconceptions about police, but I witnessed good experience actually. I got encouragement by them regularly,” she added.
Complainants expressed their satisfaction after they got their stolen goods.
DCP (crime) Vijaykumar Magar, DCP Shrikrishna Kokate, Laxmikant Patil, Madhuri Kangne, ACP Sachin Gore, Ajay Deore, Vijaykumar Chavan and Ashok Nakhate were present on dais. DCP Magar made the introductory speech. Chief police inspectors of 13 police stations were also present.