Thieves allegedly broke into the mudda-maal room of taluka court in Morbi city within the wee hours of Friday but left matters untouched as they didn’t observed them valuable, police said.
The team of workers of the courtroom of extra leader judicial magistrate of Morbi went right into a tizzy on Friday morning after they observed the lock of a cupboard within the registrar’s room damaged. they also observed the door of the adjacent mudda-maal (seized articles) room open and consequently, informed B division police of Morbi.
“The thieves entered the registrar’s room through breaking a window which opens near the gents’ washroom inside the court docket constructing. Then, they made their manner thru the mudda-maal room after locating not anything valuable inside the cupboard of the registrar. We suspect they had been searching out cash but there have been handiest things like sticks, swords, spears, fuel cylinders etc within the mudda-maal room. consequently, they left with out stealing some thing,” said a police officer.
primarily based on a criticism filed by means of registrar of Morbi courtroom, B division police have booked unidentified persons under Indian Penal Code Sections 457 (house trespass), 380 (robbery) and 511 (attempt to devote theft).