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Computer with confidential files stolen from NEZCC

Robbers broke into the NEZCC, 3rd Mile on the night of February 17 and decamped with one computer. According to a report received from sources, the thieves broke into the computer room of the guarded office complex and stole only one of its computers, which is said to contain confidential files.  The intrusion was made through one of the computer room’s windows.  What is mystifying about the burglary is that the thieves did not touch any of the priceless antique pieces preserved in the museum of the NEZCC or any of the items kept inside the office complex.  Only a computer was listed as the sole stolen item in the police complaint lodged, it was learned, while all the rooms in the top floor were in a ‘messed condition.’

It is also yet to be fully ascertained if at all other files or any of the museum pieces were stolen.  Following the lodging of the FIR, police investigated the crime scene and also lifted finger prints which were sent to the Forensic Science Laboratory. The fingerprints of the two watchmen on guard on the night of the robbery were also taken while investigators are yet to detain any suspects. The report of the FSL on the fingerprints is still awaited.

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