Diamond Jewellery Stolen At Jaipur 5 Star Hotel: A case of theft of jewellery worth 2.5 crores has come to light from a five-star hotel in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. The ornaments belonged to a guest who had come to attend the wedding. The victim’s family is a resident of Mumbai. He came to participate in the marriage of his relative in Jaipur.
Stayed in a five-star hotel located on JLN Road. The vicious thief reached the hotel as a family member, took the key from the hotel staff, and took away the jewellery and cash theft worth crores from the locker. The police have started investigating the matter.
Hotel staff accused of negligence
According to Sharat Kumar of Aaj Tak, the victim Rahul Bhatia does export business in Mumbai. Rahul, along with his family, had come to Jaipur to attend a relative’s destination wedding. On Thursday, November 25, at 7.30 pm, Rahul locked the hotel room and went to the Marriage Garden on Sirsi Road to join the music with his wife.
When Rahul came back at around noon in the night, his room was not opening. He called the hotel staff and got the room lock opened. After some time, Rahul’s wife wanted to open the locker, but that too did not open. Once again, Rahul called the hotel staff and got the vault opened.
Diamond Jewellery Stolen At Jaipur 5 Star Hotel
When Rahul’s wife opened the locker, she saw that diamond jewellery and 95 thousand cash were missing from the vault. The victim has lodged an FIR of this incident at Jawahar Nagar police station in Jaipur.
At the same time, in a conversation with the Times of India, Additional Police Commissioner Ajaypal Lamba said,
The thief posing as Rahul Bhatia told the hotel staff that he had forgotten the key to the room, on which the staff opened the door of the hotel room with the master key.
After this, the thief made an excuse that he had to attend the wedding ceremony, so he had to remove the jewellery, so the room’s locker had to be opened too. The hotel staff was negligent, and without knowing whether the person in front was real or fake, they opened the rooms and lockers.
On the other hand, Inspector Radha Raman Gupta of Jawahar Nagar police station said that the thief had not booked any room in the hotel. It can be seen in the CCTV footage that the thief is roaming around the hotel rooms wearing a mask.
Also, while roaming around the bride and groom’s room, her footage has been found. At present, the police are investigating the matter. In this case, hotel workers and staff related to event management are also being questioned.