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Thieves steal 60 feet long iron bridge in Bihar

The gang arrived at the site posing as officers of the Irrigation Department.

In Bihar, a gang of thieves demolished a 60 feet long iron bridge and stole the scrap metal. The incident took place in the Rohtas district.

According to media reports, the gang arrived at the site posing as officers of the Irrigation Department. They used gas cutters and earthmovers to demolish the bridge, which took over 3-days to complete. They even took the help of some locals before fleeing the scene with the scrap metal.

The bridge was built in 1972 over the Arrah canal at Amiyawar village. It was no longer in use after a concrete bridge was constructed alongside it.

An FIR has been filed, and the police are now in the process of making sketches of the accused.

Source: IndiaTV

 
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