Jodhpur Crime News: Two youths cheated Rs 600,000 by posing as police officers.
Jodhpur In the inner city area of Jodhpur, two vicious thugs disguised themselves as police officers and deceived a man. They took six lakh rupees in cash from him, but one silver block and two lakh rupees remained. Police registered a case on the report of jewelery sending cash and silver from Nagore and started investigation. Police said that Ravinder Soni, who works as a jeweler in Jayal and Hall Nagur of Nagore, has lodged a report. It was reported that an acquaintance of his was coming to Jodhpur. He then paid eight lakh rupees in cash to give to a jewelery merchant in Jodhpur. It contained one packet of six lakhs and another packet of two lakhs. An old silver ingot was also put in the bag. His acquaintance reached Jodhpur and took a taxi from Bhadwasia to the milk shop. From there the horse went to the square to give the bag to the trader. Meanwhile, on the way to RDX Jewelers, two young men wearing helmets and face cloth approached RDX Jewelers and stopped their acquaintance. Introducing himself as a Delhi Police officer, he asked for a search of the bag.
An acquaintance from Nagore got confused when he heard the name of Paul and gave him the bag. While checking the bag for some time, the thugs gave him the bag and took away the motorcycle. Later, when his acquaintance reached the place of the concerned trader, he picked up the bag and found no cash packet of Rs 600,000 in it. Then he came to know about the fraud. Police have registered a case and started investigation. Footage from CCTV cameras installed around the scene is being examined.