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Mumbai:Stolen booty recovery rate in city mere 15 per cent

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As much as Rs 140,13,72,440 (140.13 crore) has been lost to house break-ins and other theft cases in the past three years with the police unable to recover the booty. This was revealed at an RTI query exercised by The Asian Age.

What’s worrying is that the city police’s recovery rate in burglaries remains the same, a dismal 15 per cent for 2013 and 2014. Also, burglary cases have marginally shot up from 2,925 cases in 2013 to 3,055 cases in 2014. The detection rate has marginally increased from 37.50 per cent in 2013 to 38.13 per cent in 2014.



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The tendency of citizens is that they report in excess of what was actually lost and in some cases those actual loss may not be reported at all due to tax fear. In some cases, even though there is no recovery, Police may show some recovery. Number of cases of recovery gives facts.

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