BY TC News Desk
Agartala, December 22: The police have arrested a young man in connection with the theft at the Harimandir (temple) located in the heart of Dharmnagar city. The suspect was apprehended with stolen items recovered from the temple premises. The police have successfully obtained a remand for further investigation, as approved by the court, according to Bhanupada Chakraborty, Superintendent of Police, North Tripura District.
The incident took place in the early hours of December 20 when a group of thieves targeted the Harimandir in Dharmnagar. The thieves absconded with valuables, including two silver crowns, a golden flute, cash amounting to Rs 10,000, and fabric used in religious ceremonies. The Dharmnagar Police promptly initiated an investigation, and Superintendent Bhanupada Chakraborty visited the crime scene to oversee the inquiry.
Utilizing the expertise of the Dog Squad, the police quickly made progress in the case, leading to the arrest of Ambor Ali from Kadamatala. Subsequent to his arrest, various stolen items from the temple were recovered from his possession. Ali has been remanded to police custody, and the court has approved the police’s application for further investigation.
SP Chakraborty, speaking in a press interaction, expressed the unfortunate nature of the incident and assured that the police are diligently handling the case. The arrest of Ambor Ali represents a breakthrough in the investigation, and the recovered items will be crucial evidence in pursuing legal action against the accused.