Ludhiana | 2 women robbed at gunpoint at home
An unidentified person robbed two women of their gold bangles at gunpoint inside their house on Thursday evening in Shastri Nagar, Jagraon, Ludhiana
Further bringing the deteriorating law and order in the city to the fore, an unidentified person robbed two women of their gold bangles at gunpoint inside their house on Thursday evening in Shastri Nagar, Jagraon.
The victims have been identified as Komal Gupta and her daughter-in-law Shayna Gupta.
Komal said that she opened the door for the miscreant after he rang the bell. She said that the man inquired if there was a male member of the family at home.
Once Komal told him that there wasn’t, the miscreant pushed her inside the house and made her take off her gold bangles by putting a gun to her head.
He then went to the kitchen and got Shayna to take off her bangles too. He then decamped on his two-wheeler which was parked a short distance away from the home.
The incident was captured on CCTV cameras installed inside the house of the victims and the footage has been scrutinised by police.
Police said they are gathering vital clues about the robber’s identity and he will be traced soon.
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