According to police, the thieves smashed the rear window of the car parked close to a roadside eatery on Saturday night time and fled with the pc bag saved on the rear seat.
Unidentified individuals broke into the automobile of a 35-yr-antique Japanese government on National Highway-48 close to Bilaspur and fled with a pc, an iPhone, and files, the police stated on Monday.
According to police, the thieves smashed the rear window of the auto parked close to a roadside eatery on Saturday night time and fled with the laptop bag saved at the rear seat.
After an initial investigation, a case of theft become registered on the Bilaspur police station on Sunday, the police said.
Go Kawamura of Hiroshima informed the police that he went to his automobile company’s plant in Bawal, Rewari, on Saturday night for a respectable go to and while returning, his automobile’s tire got punctured. Kawamura then went to the roadside eatery even as the driver became getting the tire modified.
“The victim had parked the car close to the primary avenue and driving force became busy getting the tire changed, while unidentified men broke the glass window and fled from the spot. When the sufferer back after a few minutes, he observed the glass of the rear left a window of the automobile damaged. The bag, which contained his computer, mobile cellphone, and other crucial files, had been missing,” said Shamsher Singh, assistant commissioner of police (crime).
Last week, three similar cases have been stated from Golf Course Road, DLF Phase 1 and Sohna Road.
“A new gang is currently operating throughout the town and is concentrated on parked vehicles, that are left unattended. We are scanning the CCTV footage of all suspected places and feature fashioned teams to keep a watch on such stretch,” Singh said.
The police said they are carrying out an investigation and feature not got any leads inside the case yet.