Two people were arrested Saturday for allegedly breaking into the office of a grain-supplying agency in Maharashtra's Jalna district, a senior police official said.
Three people had broken into the office of Moreshwar Suppliers, a firm that supplies grains and mid-day meals to schools and the public distribution system, in the early hours of Saturday, Additional Superintendent of Police Samadhan Pawar said.
"They damaged the CCTV network in the office of Moreshwar Suppliers, situated in Saklecha Nagar area here, and also took away the digital video recorder. Two of them, identified as Arjun Singh Bhond and Pirit Singh Kalani, have been arrested," Pawar said.
The arrests were made in Hind Nagar area by a local Crime Branch team led by Rajendra Singh Gour and the digital video recorder had been recovered, the Additional SP informed.
The third suspect is still at large and efforts were on to nab him, Pawar added.
He refused to divulge details on what the three accused had stolen from the office of Moreshwar Suppliers.
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