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Mangaluru: Stolen property returned to owners at parade


Team Udayavani, Oct 3, 2020, 4:31 PM IST

Mangaluru: Under the aegis of city police commissioner Vikas Kumar Vikash the stolen property return parade of Mangaluru city commissionerate was held at police grounds on Saturday, October 3.

As per the press release by the police department, Property worth Rs 9.05 crore including jewellery, vehicles, that were stolen under various police station limits of the city, which were recovered in the year 2019-20, were handed over to the rightful owners during the programme. Among the Rs 9.05 crore, property worth Rs 5.37 crore was recovered.

In the programme, property worth Rs 1.49 crore was handed over to rightful owners which included 2.277 kg gold, 25 two-wheelers, 19 mobile phones, 11 other properties and Rs 48,13,951 cash, the release added.

Speaking on the occasion, police commissioner Vikas Kumar said, “Property return parade was conducted to return property worth Rs 1.49 crore to the rightful owners after taking permission from the court.”

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