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Miscreants set automobile shop on fire in Deralakatte


Team Udayavani, Jan 17, 2020, 10:54 AM IST

Ullal: Unidentified miscreants set an automobile shop, located in Deralakatte on fire on Friday, January 17.

The incident took place at Bharath Auto Mobile shop in Vidyaratna Cross, Deralakatte. An estimated Rs one lakh loss has been incurred due to the incident.

According to initial reports, the miscreants entered the shop by breaking open the shutter, poured petrol inside the premises and set it ablaze.

The patrol police noticed the fire and summoned the fire brigade personnel who successfully extinguished the fire.

Konaje police registered a case.

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