Woman Looted Of Gold Worth More Than Rs 33 Lakhs In Odisha

Bargarh: Gold ornaments worth more than Rs.33 lakh were reportedly found missing from State Bank of India (SBI) main branch in Bargarh district of Odisha when the holder of the bank locker opened it yesterday. She later visited the Town PS and lodged an FIR in this connection.

The complainant has been identified as Singdha Tripathi of Mahanti Pada in Bargarh town. Reportedly, she is the sister of Andhra Pradesh DGP Tushar Aditya Tripathi.

As per reports, Snigdha had kept all her jewellery in the locker. She now lives in Delhi.  Recently she visited Bargarh to meet her ailing mother. During this visit to Bargarh she went to the bank on Wednesday to operate her locker and found her locker to be empty.

According to her complaint, all her gold jewellery worth approximately Rs 50 lakh was kept in the locker number 282 of the SBI main branch. There were eight heavy gold necklaces, 12 gold finger rings, two pieces of Khadu (gold), six gold bangles, 10 pairs of gold earrings, one gold locket, two gold chains, four silver anklets, 10 pieces of silver toe rings, two pairs of silver bracelets and one gold maang tika reportedly kept in the locker.

The police has initiated a probe after Snigdha filed the complaint. The bank authorities have also initiated an investigation into the matter.

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