10 sacks of lemons, 35 crates of tomatoes stolen from Gurugram vegetable market

Gurugram: Amid a sharp rise in vegetable prices, 10 sacks of lemon, 35 crates of tomatoes and 15 pouches of capsicum were stolen from a wholesale market in Gurugram early on Friday, police said.

According to police, the incident took place on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday.

Driver Sandeep, a resident of Charkhi Dadri, had informed the police that on Thursday night, he stored the vegetables inside shop no-64 at Khandsa market but the next morning, he found that the shop shutter was half-open and some of the stock missing.

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He said that the rise in prices of vegetables and lemons could be the reason behind the theft.

The stock was worth Rs 60,000-70,000 in the wholesale market while it would be around 1.50 lakh in the retail market, he said.

The police said they registered a case against unidentified people under Section 380 (theft in dwelling, house etc) of the Indian Penal Code at the Shivaji Nagar police station.

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