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Mumbai Man Loses Rs 6.72 Lakh After Leaving Wallet Unattended At Cricket Ground

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The identity of the suspect is being investigated, police said. (Representative)


A 28-year-old chartered accountant lost Rs 6.72 lakh after his credit and debit cards were stolen when he left his belongings unattended to play cricket at Cross Maidan in south Mumbai, police said on Tuesday.

Based on a complaint, a case has been registered under relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code and Information Technology Act at Azad Maidan police station for the incident that took place on March 30, an official said.

The complainant, Vivek Dave, came to play cricket at Cross Maidan, put on his kit and left his belongings, including his wallet containing credit and debit cards and a mobile phone, in a bag, he said.

Later, while going home by train to Borivali, Mr Dave saw bank transaction messages on his mobile phone, according to which around Rs 1 lakh was debited from his bank account and purchases of over Rs 5 lakh were made using his credit card. , the official said.

According to the first information report, while the complainant was playing cricket for three hours, the unknown suspect stole his credit and debit cards, withdrew Rs 1 lakh cash from an ATM and went shopping at four jewelery shops.

Mr. Dave contacted one of the stores where the suspect bought jewelry using his card, and the store owner sent him CCTV footage of the suspect, the official said.

Investigations are underway to identify the suspect, he added.

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