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CHENNAI: The Thiruvanmiyur police on Thursday solved a theft case in which jewellery was stolen from a pawn shop at Tiruvalluvar Nagar on May 14.
A close relative of the complainant was arrested and 304 sovereigns of gold ornaments were recovered from him.
According to police sources, Binjaram of Tiruvalluvar Nagar, owner of a pawn shop, had gone to his native village in Rajasthan and returned on May 14.
He saw the keys of his shop, kept under a pillow in the bedroom, missing though the main door lock was intact. On opening the shop using a duplicate key, he found a large quantity of jewellery missing.
Based on his complaint, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Adyar) R. Thirugnanam formed a special team to investigate the case.
The team followed specific clues and arrested Suraram, who is the son of Binjaram’s elder brother.
The accused confessed that Binjaram had asked him to purchase a good lock for his house as he was going to Rajasthan on a holiday.
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