Police arrest two Indians along with gold and silver
Police of the Armed Police Force (APF) arrested two Indians along with gold and silver from Jaleshwor in Mahottari district today.
The arrested are Rajeev Kumar Thakur, 31, and Shankar Purbe, 21, of Sitamadhi district of Bihar state in India, according to Police Inspector, Rajeshwor Saha.
Police seized 10 tolas of gold, silver ornaments of 1.2 kg, Rs. 8,760 in cash, three sets of mobile and a motorcycle with Indian plate (BR 30 E 9435).
The confiscated goods are worth Rs. 645,850.
Superintendent of Police at the Armed Police Border Security Office, Mahottari, Bhuneshwor Chaudhary, said that both the arrestee have been sent to the Main Customs Office, Bhittamod, for legal action.
A patrol team of the APF arrested them with gold and silver ornaments from Khaira Chowk of Jaleshwor in course of checking while they were heading towards Janakpur from Bhittamod. RSS
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