Women thieves in Lucknow goal every other jewellery save


Another jewelry sale turned into a center utilizing a gang of girls thieves in Lucknow, this time in Indira Nagar region on Sunday afternoon, stated police. Two saree-clad women entered the shop at the side of a male accomplice and stole a gold chain worth Rs 15,000 after posing at clients.

The incident occurred at Panchmukhi Jewellers on Picnic Spot Avenue in Faridi Nagar, the locality of Indira Nagar. State police officers registered an FIR at Indira Nagar police station.


The proprietor, Vikas Kashyap, stated his brother Rahul became himself at the shop around 12.Forty-five pm. According to him, two women demanded some unique designs in gold chains. But the duo stole one of the gold chains on the counter when Rahul became busy attending a telephone call. He added that they left the shop, saying they could return soon.

Kashyap realized that the gold chain was missing when he reached the shop after a while and took stock of jewelry. The ladies were visible choosing the gold chain and hiding it in their clothes before leaving the shop when footage of CCTV cams in the shop had been scanned, he delivered. On Friday, four burqa-clad ladies stole around 500 grams of gold jewelry worth Rs 15 lakh from a shop, M Umar Jewellers, owned with the aid of one Saeed Ahmad, in Phoolwali Gali, in Chowk.

Vinod Maheshwari, officer bearers of Lucknow Jewellers’ Association, said it became suspected that the equal women had been behind another robbery at a jewelry store in Vikas Nagar some weeks ago. He said the two girls’ video pictures and snapshots were circulated among jewelers to ward off such incidents.