Four cases of thefts recorded in Valley
Kathmandu, November 18:
Computer parts worth Rs 100,000 were stolen from a cyber cafe at Shankhamul, Kathmandu, this morning.
According to the police, an unidentified person entered the cyber cafe by breaking down a window and made away with five Central Processing Units (CPUs) of computer from the cyber owned by one Minod Tandukar.
The looter, however, left the CPUs on the road when he happened to encounter police personnel. “We have seized the Central Processing Units from Shankhamul after a person left it on the road and fled the scene.
“We will give back the Central Processing Units to Tandukar on Sunday,” Dibas Udas, Deputy Superintendent of Police at the Baneshwor Metropolitan Police Circle, said.
Valuables worth Rs 325,000 were stolen from the Suryabinayak jewellery shop at Makhantol, Kathmandu Metropolitan City-25 yesterday night.
According to police, unidentified persons broke down the shutters and made away with 10 tolas of gold and 400 tolas of silver from the shop.
At Jaybageshwori, unidentified persons stole Rs 10,000 and 30 tolas of jewellery from the house of Damador Baskota yesterday evening.
The police said that the thieves entered the house by breaking the lock of the main gate of the house and made away with cash and valuables when there was nobody in the house.
In another incident, property worth around Rs 100,000 was reported to have been stolen from the rented room of Sun Bahadur Tamang at Kumarigal, Kathmandu, yesterday evening.
The thieves entered the room when there was nobody in the room and made away with Rs 7,000 in cash, four tolas of gold and 10 tolas of silver from the room, the police said.