Bangladeshi natives behind gold theft at Omassery
Omassery: Police have confirmed that the three culprits who robbed the Shaadi Gold and Diamonds at Omassery in Kozhikode are Bangladeshi natives. Police came to this conclusion after the inspection at their room in Poolapoyyil where the three were staying.
According to police, the identity cards of the three were fake and they got it from Thane in Maharashtra.
Dog squad and fingerprint experts collected evidences and recorded statements of the jewellery staff on Sunday. Sniffing dogs ran a long distance to the direction where one of the robbers had fled but abandoned. It is assumed that due to the heavy rain on the day of incident prevented the dog from pursuing further.
Nayim Ali Khan, one of the three robbers who was overpowered by the jewellery staff was interrogated. Nayim Ali said that he didn’t know about the third man in the gang and the second man was Harshath Ali. Though police combed the area on Saturday, they couldn’t make any progress.
Nayim Ali is under treatment at the Kozhikode Medical College. In the coming days, he will be interrogated in detail. Police are planning to extend the investigation based on a mobile phone collected from the scene.
The gun used by the robbers was locally made in north India, said police. Such guns which could contain six bullets are widely manufactured and used in many north Indian states.