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Guards deny spotting suspicious persons

mumbai Updated: Oct 07, 2010 01:58 IST
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The watchmen of the plush Dosti Acres locality in Wadala are now being questioned by the police after four cases of house break-in were reported on Tuesday. The watchmen of the two buildings have said that no one suspicious was seen entering the locality.

This version has surprised the police, as the locality is known to record the contact details of those who enter. Also, the incident took place between 2pm and 5pm when it is difficult for the accused to get in or out without being questioned or seen by any of the guards.

A police officer, from the Antop Hill police station, said, “We have questioned the watchmen who guard other buildings in the area. There are watchmen belonging to various security agencies.” He added that they would be checking the register to get the details of those who entered the building since Tuesday morning.

The police suspect the total value of the missing cash and jewellery to be around Rs 3 lakh. On Tuesday, unidentified person/s broke open four flats in two adjacent buildings — Lily and Iris apartments — in Wadala. Also, a case of unsuccessful attempt to burgle another flat in the same area was reported.