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'Ornaments stolen from shop'

Vijay Pawar, the owner of Ratnadeep Jewellers at Ghansoli village, where a double murder took place on Tuesday, told the police that gold ornaments have been stolen from his shop.

india Updated: Apr 14, 2011 02:02 IST
G. Mohiuddin Jeddy

Vijay Pawar, the owner of Ratnadeep Jewellers at Ghansoli village, where a double murder took place on Tuesday, told the police that gold ornaments have been stolen from his shop.

The police had earlier stated that nothing was stolen and that the murders could have been because of personal enmity.

Sachin Chavan, 27, and Samadhan Jadhav, 28, who worked at the shop were found dead on Tuesday morning in the shop. They had head injuries.

Nasser Pathan, senior police inspector, said, "The owner told us that 605 gm of gold ornaments were missing from the shop."

The police said that according to Pawar, four mangalsutras, one necklace, eight chains, 32 finger rings and 25 lockets were missing.

Sources said the police are investigating various angles. Chavan was Pawar's nephew and so the police believe that there could be an enmity, which led to the murders. The killers police said, entered from the shop's back door which was not damaged leading the police to believe that the killers were known to the victims.