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India3 held for theft at Satyarthi’s house; Nobel citation found

3 held for theft at Satyarthi’s house; Nobel citation found


3 held for theft at Satyarthi's house; Nobel citation found

NEW DELHI: Three persons have been arrested in connection with the theft of Nobel replica and other valuables from Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi's Kalkaji residence in southeast Delhi.


While the stolen items including the Nobel replica have been recovered, the citation that was stolen along with the replica has not been found yet.


The three accused brothers, Rajan alias Natta (25), Vinod (35) and Sunil (28), have had previous involvements in burglary and robbery cases.


While expressing hope that the citation will be recovered soon, child rights activist Satyarthi thanked Delhi Police for the “brilliant and speedy recovery” of the stolen items.


Delhi Police commissioner Amulya Patnaik also tweeted about the case being solved.


“Was greatly concerned about theft of Shri Satyarthi's prestigious Nobel Medal replica. Proud that DelhiPolice recovered it in quick time,” he tweeted.


Traditional policing played a big role in solving the case, said R P Upadhyay, joint commissioner of police (Southeast). (AGENCIES)

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