Jewelry showroom robbery: Viscera report reveals toxic substance, police send lab to investigate

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Jewelry showroom robbery: Viscera report reveals toxic substance, police send lab to investigate

Sonipat: In a case where a person ended his life by swallowing a poisonous substance after failing in the crime at a goldsmith’s shop in the busiest market in Kachcha area of ​​Civil Line police station, police conducted a post-mortem on the body and handed it over to the family members. There is information that the person died as a result of consuming toxic substances. Police have sent the viscera report for investigation to find out the poison that will reveal the truth properly. The police are seriously investigating the matter.

An attempt was made to rob a jewelry store at gunpoint

Amarjeet, a resident of Model Town, lodged a police complaint on February 9, stating that he runs a shop in the name Sona Jewelers in Kachha area. He was sitting in the store on Friday afternoon. Meanwhile, a person came into his store wearing a mask on his face. He said that he had to give his son-in-law a gold chain on his daughter’s wedding. He took out the gold chain and showed it to her. He was shown a 14 gram chain and asked for a heavier chain. The goldsmith then refused and said a heavy chain had to be made. The person wearing a mask demanded an online payment while also asking the price. He reached into his pocket and pulled out the pistol. He also started to scare him and his co-workers. Gave him the bag and asked the guard to put the jewelry in it. Meanwhile, Amarjeet suddenly boldly jumped from the counter and grabbed the person. Afterwards, the salesman present in the store called people outside.

He took a poisonous substance from the bag and swallowed it, resulting in death.

Amarjeet snatched the pistol from the accused’s hand. He then took a hammer out of his pocket and tried to attack with it, whereupon a large crowd entered. The person then took the bottle out of his pocket and drank it, rendering him unconscious. When he was taken to the hospital, the doctor declared him dead. The person was identified as Manoj Verma, a resident of Bankner village, Narela, Delhi. He himself was a goldsmith and ran a shop in Bankner. He leaves behind his wife and two sons. The family members of the deceased reached the hospital on Saturday. There the police took action and handed over the body to the family members. The police removed the intestines and sent them for examination. The toxic substance was discovered during the investigation. According to the shop owner, the police have also registered a case under various sections.

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