Mumbai Police has arrested two actresses who worked in famous TV shows like Crime Patrol and Savdhaan India.
Crime Patrol and Savdhaan India
Mumbai Police has arrested two actresses who worked in TV shows like Crime Patrol and Savdhaan India. Both of them are accused of stealing three lakh 28 thousand rupees from their friend’s house. It is being told that due to the closure of the shooting of the serial due to the lockdown, both were facing a shortage of money. A friend of his runs a paying guest in Aarey Colony, both of them had come a few days ago to stay there. There was already a paying guest living there, after stealing lakhs of rupees, both of them got confused. The Aarey Police of Goregaon East has arrested both the actresses.
Theft Caught on CCTV camera
On May 18, both the actresses went to the house of a person living in a posh building located in the Royal Palm area of Aarey Colony as a paying guest. At the same time, both of them got away with 3 lakh 28 thousand kept in the lockup of the paying guest already present in that house.
Taking money from the locker
Actually, this matter is when both these actresses went to the house of a person living in a posh building located in the Royal Palm area of Aarey Colony on May 18 as guests. At the same time, 3 lakh 28 thousand kept in the lockup of the paying already present in that house were fuzzed from there. Alleging apprehension to Aarey police by paying guests, he accused TV actress Surabhi Surendra Lal Srivastava (25) and Mosina Mukhtar Sheikh (19) of stealing their money. During the police investigation, the footage of the CCTV installed in the premises of the society was examined, when both of them were seen going out.
Ordered to be kept in police custody till June 23
After the matter came to light, both were interrogated, but during this time both kept silent. When the police showed both of them the CCTV footage in which they were clearly seen carrying the bundle, they broke down and confessed to the crime. Aarey police have recovered Rs 60,000 stolen from them. Both were produced in court. The court has ordered to keep both of them in police custody till June 23.