Gadgets Worth ₹2.6l Stolen From Exhibition In Moshi | Pune News

Pune: Unidentified individuals stole laptops, cellphone and money collectively price Rs2.60 lakh from the members and guests on the final day of India’s largest agriculture exhibition ‘Kisan’, which was helt on the Worldwide Exhibition Centre in Moshi between March 23 and March 27.
Sunday witnessed a lot of guests on the expo. The thieves stole the smartphones of the guests, whereas they have been busy checking the merchandise at completely different stalls.
Whereas members have been focused within the night, as they have been busy winding up their stalls, being the final day of the exhibition.
Shivit Vohra (31), vice-president of a Punjab-based tractors manufacturing firm, misplaced his laptop computer and different digital devices collectively price Rs85,000.
An officer from the Bhosari MIDC police mentioned on Sunday round 6pm, when he was closing the stall, he had saved the laptop computer bag on a chair. “An individual picked up the bag and merged within the crowd,” mentioned the officer.
Rahul Dahad (33) of Nashik had a drip irrigation stall on the exhibition.
“After the exhibition, he was placing his materials in his automobile’s boot close to his stall and had saved his laptop computer bag on the entrance seat. An unidentified particular person stole the bag containing a laptop computer price Rs30,000,” the officer mentioned.
Kishor Rane (46), a farmer from Jalgaon had come to the exhibition on the final day. Unknown pickpockets stole his smartphone price Rs80,0000.
“We’ve got additionally obtained another criticism of theft of a smartphone price Rs10,000,” investigating officer S L Hake advised TOI.
He mentioned the organisers had deployed safety on the venue together with the CCTV cameras. “Being the final day of the exhibition, a lot of folks visited the exhibition. The thieves had taken benefit of the group. We’re engaged on some clues,” Hake mentioned.

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