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Passenger gets back lost jewellery worth Rs 3 lakh

Monday, April 16, 2018
By Narendra Gupta

An auto rickshaw driver returned a bag containing valuables left behind by a senior citizen in his vehicle on Saturday morning at Thane.

The Chitalsar-Manpada police had launched a search for the then-unknown driver in the locality. On Saturday morning, Rajratnam Nadar, 68, who is a resident of Dombivli, was traveling with his wife by train from Dombivli to Thane. After arriving at Thane station, he hired an auto from the Thane station to Pokhran Road 2. He was headed to his wife's brother home.

Nadar was carrying a cloth bag which he kept behind the seat. He alighted at Pokhran Road 2 and when he reached his brother's home he realised that he had left behind the bag in the auto. As he had no details about the auto, he later approached the police station. According to Ganpatrao Pingale, senior police inspector, from Chitalsar-Manpada police station,"Based on the description the police went looking for the auto at Pokhran Road 2 but got no clue about the driver. Then we went through CCTV footage in nearby area and later inquired about the footage pictures and found that the auto driver was one Santosh Parshuram Ambedakar, 65, who is residing at Vitawa area in Thane. Ambedakar, had no idea of the bag which was kept at the back.

The bag contained 100 grams gold jewellery and two chains worth Rs 3 lakh. The police handed over the bag to Nadar, who had lost hope of getting back the valuables.

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