Police stated they recovered stolen jewelry value over ₹1 crore, together with 100 diamonds, six gold chains, diamond bangles, a diamond bracelet, two tops, and one brass coin from the jeweller
New Delhi: A Delhi court docket has denied bail to the jeweller, who allegedly purchased jewelry stolen from Bollywood actor Sonam Kapoor’s home.
Chief metropolitan Justice of the Peace Pankaj Sharma on Monday cited police’s objection to the bail as some costly jewelry was but to be recovered from the accused, Dev Varma, 40, a resident of Kalkaji, whereas denying the reduction.
Police stated they’ve recovered stolen jewelry value over ₹1 crore, together with 100 diamonds, six gold chains, diamond bangles, a diamond bracelet, two tops, and one brass coin from Varma.
“…contemplating the stage of the investigation which is at a nascent stage, the apprehension expressed by the prosecution relating to any potential harm to the continuing investigation, this court docket just isn’t inclined to grant bail,” Sharma stated.
The jewelry was stolen from Kapoor and her husband Anand Ahuja’s Amrita Shergill Highway residence on February 11.
Varma’s lawyer informed the court docket his shopper is a famend jeweller and is within the enterprise of buying and promoting outdated in addition to new jewelry for 30 years as it’s his household enterprise. He stated mere restoration of the property from his shopper’s possession can’t be related to the theft.
Public prosecutor Vikas Singh stated the checking account and the decision element data of the accused should be analysed. Singh informed the court docket the accused could tamper with the proof as they didn’t cooperate within the investigation. He stated Varma took a lot of the jewelry and not using a invoice.
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