Pune Crime News: Unidentified thief break donation box & steal money from Swami Samarth temple in Manjari
Pune: NpNews24 Online – Pune Crime News | An unidentified thief broke the donation box of Swami Samarth temple in Manjari and stole the money from it. This incident came to light on Sunday, October 22, 2023 in the morning. A case has been registered against the unknown thief in this matter. (Pune Crime News)
The complainant Nilesh Anil Bhale (27) a resident of Swami Samarth temple at Bhapkar Mala at Manjari in Pune has filed a complaint at Hadapsar Police Station. The police have registered a case against the unknown thief.
This incident took place between 10:30pm on Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22 in the morning.
According to the police, “The complainant closed the Swami Samarth temple located at Bhapkar Mala on Loni Kalbhor Road in Manjari on Saturday at around 10:30pm on Saturday night. He opened the temple as usual on Sunday morning. At that time, it was found that the donation box in the temple was broken by an unknown thief and Rs 50,000 was stolen from it by breaking it.”
The further investigation in the case is being done by the police.
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