In Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, the police has arrested a woman for stealing more than 50 times. The crime branch's property cell on Thursday re-arrested the woman for allegedly stealing $2,500. According to the Crime Branch team, the accused woman is accused of burglary at the house of Deepika Ganguly, a fashion designer from Vile Parle (West).
According to the police, the accused woman Vanitha Gaikwad used to work as a maid in the houses. The woman keeps changing her name and address to avoid the fear of being caught. Police said that the accused woman has been apprehended from Vikhroli area. He has two children who live separately from him. According to the police, a complaint of theft was lodged by a fashion designer Deepika Ganguly at Juhu police station. Who lives in an apartment in Vile Parle (West).
Police arrested with the help of CCTV
At the same time, the accused woman Gaikwad had told the flat owner Deepika Ganguly that her verification papers were lost somewhere and she would submit them in a few days. Police said she stole money from the house and disappeared within 10 days of her hiring. In the investigation of theft, police identified Vanitha Gaikwad with the help of CCTV footage and arrested her.
Increased demand for servants after Kovid-19
During this, Senior Inspector of Property Cell Shashikant Pawar said that "The accused woman has been arrested more than 50 times in the theft case so far. He has also been convicted many times. During the interrogation of the woman by the police, it was found that she befriended all the watchmen of the posh area and exchanged phone numbers with them, which made it easier for her to get work. Let us inform that due to Kovid-19, many domestic servants have left for their homes in the village and they are in great demand in the city.