Missing jewellery: Woman lodges complaint against housemaids

Missing jewellery: Woman lodges complaint against housemaids

February 11, 2017

A woman has lodged a complaint at Saraswathipuram Police Station against her maids after her jewellery went missing from her house in city.

Shyla, a resident of Saraswathipuram is the woman who has lodged a complaint against her maids Gowramma, Tulasi and Devamma, residents of Saraswathipuram and T.K. Layout here.

It is reported that Shyla, on Feb. 7, opened her almirah to take out the jewels as she was to attend a function in her relatives house and found the gold jewellery weighing 230 grams missing. Doubting the handiwork of her maids as they had not come to work since 10 days, Shyla has lodged a complaint against them.


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