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UNIDENTIFIED MISCREANTS broke into the Establishment section of the Arts and Commerce College on Thursday night, opened four almirahs and burnt some documents.

india Updated: Apr 29, 2006 00:34 IST

UNIDENTIFIED MISCREANTS broke into the Establishment section of the Arts and Commerce College on Thursday night, opened four almirahs and burnt some documents.

According to information, the service books of and PF papers of Grade III employees were stolen or burnt. The lock of a drawer, where important papers were kept, was broken and the papers were taken away.

However, officials at the college said that they would have to verify and say which papers had been stolen or burnt. The break-in gains further significance because Janbhagidari Samiti president Babusingh Raghuvangshi had recently alleged that large-scale irregularities were taking place in the college and he had lodged a complaint in this regard with the authorities.

Though money and other precious things have not been stolen, the police believe that it could be the job of an insider.

Chain snatched
TWO MISCREANTS on a motorcycle snatched the chain of a woman in Janki Nagar area. Bhanwarkuan police said that Sapna, (26), was going home in the morning after escorting her children to their school bus, when two youths on a motorcycle snatched her chain and escaped.