Theft: 200-year-old George V inscribed coins stolen from forest guard’s house, crossed 47 thousand rupees

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  • The household went to Gwalior to attend the marriage, the lock was discovered damaged once they returned within the night

Unknown chares broke locks on the Forest Guard residence within the Forest Range Campus in entrance of the town’s Govind Nagar. Unknown thieves have stolen 47 thousand rupees in money, silver anklets, bitches and 200 years outdated coins of George V interval. Police reached the spot on info. The police has began investigating the case.

According to the knowledge, Rajesh Gupta, son of forest guard Gaurav Gupta, had gone to Gwalior to attend the marriage ceremony together with the household on Wednesday. When the Forest Range Campus reached its residence in Shivpuri on Thursday night, the locks had been discovered damaged. Reported the matter to the police station police station.

Gaurav Gupta stated that the unidentified thief had stolen 47 thousand rupees in money, 4 pairs of silver anklets, 5 pairs of bitchudi, kids’s bracelets and 20 coins of George V from his official residence. These coins had been purchased by the ancestors for Diwali worship, that are about 2 hundred years outdated. The police has began investigating the matter after checking the chance.

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