An inter-state gang that pretended to be Income Tax Department officials has been apprehended after stealing 1.7 kilograms of gold worth Rs 60 lakh from a jewellery shop in Monda Market, Hyderabad. The Hyderabad Police arrested four individuals and recovered seven gold biscuits weighing 573 grams from them. The gang members hailed from Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa and had planned the heist at a jewellery shop in Secunderabad before executing it on May 27. Six other members of the gang are currently evading arrest and will be apprehended soon, according to Hyderabad Police Commissioner CV Anand.
The inter-state gang that posed as Income Tax Department officials and stole 1.7 kg of gold from a jewelry shop in Hyderabad has been apprehended by the police. The authorities have arrested four individuals and seized seven gold biscuits weighing 573 grams from them. The remaining members of the gang are still at large and will be arrested soon. The accused forcibly took the gold biscuits after threatening the workers at the shop and confining them in a room. The police investigation led to the arrest of the suspects, who hail from Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa.
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