₹3 crore ($360K) jewelry heist caught on CCTV in Pune, India. The mystery deepens as authorities dig into the details of this crime
In a bold move, thieves snatched jewelry worth more than ₹3 crore ($360K) from a Pune store on December 31. The whole thing happened while a security camera watched in the Raviwar Peth area, Pune, India.
According to the store owner’s report to the police, the stolen stuff includes about 5 kg of gold, valued at over ₹3 crore ($360K). The thief also grabbed ₹10 lakh ($12K) in cash from the counter during the daring theft.
The CCTV footage shows a person in a white hoodie skillfully getting into the locker where the gold was kept. The thief carefully puts the stolen gold into a white backpack they brought for the job. Interestingly, the thief emptied the entire locker, leaving no sign of the valuable items.
Initial investigations suggest someone on the inside might be involved since there are no signs of forced entry into the store. The police are on the case, actively following leads to catch the thief. A special team of officers is working to track down the culprit.
Senior Police Inspector Dada Chuddpa commented on the incident, saying, “The theft happened in the Raviwar Peth area on December 31. There was no forced entry; instead, it seems someone unknown got a duplicate key to enter the shop.” The mystery deepens as authorities dig into the details of this carefully executed crime.