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Batteries stolen from Goa meat complex



Four DG batteries worth around Rs 60,000 have been stolen from the generator room of the Goa Meat Complex Ltd at Marvasada-Usgao.

According to Ponda police, the Goa Meat Complex was closed for almost a year and was reopened on Tuesday on the occasion of Eid during which the robbery came to light of the officials following which senior veterinary officer Dr Ramdas Naik lodged a complaint with police. 

During preliminary investigation, police found that the unknown culprit effected entry into the generator room from the shutter by breaking open the lock and committed theft of four batteries of the DG sets all worth Rs 59,200, police inspector Suraj Halarnkar said.

Police have registered an offence under sections 454, 457, 380 of IPC. Further investigation is in progress.

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