Onion thieves strike again, 2,000 kg stolen in Nashik

Written by | August 24, 2015 | 0

Nashik: After the theft of 700 kg of onion from a Mumbai shop, robbers have now decamped with about 2,000 kg of the pricey kitchen staple from the godown of a Nashik farmer.

Abasaheb Pawar, a farmer from Pimparkhed village in Nandgaon taluka, on Sunday lodged a complaint that 20 quintal stock of onions stored in his ‘kanda chawl’ (storing place) was stolen, Nandgaon Police said today.

A search has been launched for the onion stock, they said.

 

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