Employee arrested for stealing top-up cards worth 17 million kyats from a phone shop in Pazundaung Township

August 1

Police in Pazundaung Township have arrested an employee for stealing Ks 17 million and top-up cards.

The incident took place on the morning of July 30 in Pazundaung Township. The manager of AQUARIUS LIQUOR phone shop on Yay Kyaw Road opened the shop door and inspected the counter and tables inside the shop. A case was lodged with the Pazundaung City Police Station to take action against the thief as he was found missing for 24,000 kyats.

Hla Thein, deputy police chief of the Eastern District Police Force, under the close supervision of the Rangoon Region Police Chief, and Maung Maung Than, Acting Police Chief of Pazundaung Township; Zaw Zaw Htut, deputy police chief of Myoma police station, inspected the incident as soon as he received the information. Lin Khant Ko Ko, a salesperson for the shop, was interviewed. 21 years old (B) U Thant Zin Burmese / Buddhist; No. (846) Thuparyone (14) Street, (1) Ward It was found that the crime was committed by a resident of Thaketa Township and the evidence and phone top-up card were kept at home.

According to the investigation, 170 lakh kyats in evidence and phone top-up cards have been recovered and the perpetrator, Lin Khant Ko Ko Ko, is being prosecuted.