In a daring overnight operation that has sent shockwaves through Southeast Delhi’s Jangpura locality, a gang of at least three audacious thieves managed to break into the Umrao Singh Jewellers, established in 1948. Their brazen escapade unfolded on the intervening night of Sunday and Monday, leaving the local police department scrambling to investigate the audacious heist.
The robbers’ way of stealing was nothing short of cinematic. According to police reports, the criminals gained entry into the three-storied jewellery store by first climbing onto the shop’s terrace via a neighboring building. This meticulously planned approach showcased both the determination and audacity of the culprits, who seemed to be well-acquainted with the shop’s layout and security measures.
The loot from this audacious break-in is staggering—valuable jewellery and gems worth a staggering Rs 21 crore were whisked away by the thieves. The stolen treasures include exquisite pieces of gold and diamond jewellery, which not only held immense monetary value but also sentimental worth to the patrons of Umrao Singh Jewellers.
Local residents were awoken to the news of this shocking heist, and the police have been inundated with tips and leads from concerned citizens. Authorities are currently reviewing CCTV footage from the area and interviewing witnesses in an attempt to identify the thieves and bring them to justice. The sheer audacity of this crime has left the community shaken and searching for answers.
Umrao Singh Jewellers, a renowned establishment, the loss of such a significant amount of valuable jewellery has not only dealt a severe financial blow but also shattered the sense of security within the community.
As the investigation unfolds, the authorities are determined to leave no stone unturned in their quest to apprehend the culprits and recover the stolen treasures. The audacious break-in at Umrao Singh Jewellers serves as a stark reminder that even the most venerable institutions are not immune to the audacious ambitions of determined criminals.