Former minister and actress Umashree’s house burgled


Team Udayavani, Nov 2, 2020, 5:35 PM IST

Bagalkote: Former minister and actress Umashree’s house in Rabkavi Banhatti taluk of the district has been broken in by thieves.

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The total amount of materials and money stolen by the thieves is still to be determined.

Inspector Karunesigouda and Sub Inspector Vijaykumar arrived at the house and have started a manhunt.

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A case has been registered at Teradala police station.

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