Bungalow burgled in T'puram , car worth Rs 30 lakhs stolen
Posted on: 22 Jan 2013
Thiruvananthapuram: Thieves struck the bungalow of the close relative of city mayor early on Monday and ran away with valuables. A car worth Rs 30 lakhs and laptop were stolen from the house.
The bungalow located on Pattom Marappalam-Muttada Road is owned by Venugopalan Nair alias KVG Nair (NRI), a close relative of mayor's husband. The house was burgled early morning when Nair, his wife and daughter were at home.
The thieves entered the house after removing the glass and stole a laptop worth a lakh, mobile phone of Rs 40,000 and another mobile of Rs 15,000 and a ring of half sovereign and Rs 2000 of cash. A Mitsubishi outlander worth Rs 30 lakhs was stolen after opening the gate using a remote.
Cameras were installed on four sides of the house. Bullet proof glasses were fixed on the window panes. There were alarm facilities on the doors. The thieves were able to enter the house as there were no grills on the windows. Police said that it will be easy to nab the thieves as the cameras were all functioning. Not only that the cars had the latest facilities including the GPRS.