Hyderabad: Two brothers aged 8 and years old in Telangana reportedly stole Rs. 4 lakh from their house and spent it within 20 days and replaced the money in the cupboard with fake currency notes.

The kids reportedly spent the money on buying high-end smartwatches and enjoying treats at restaurants and gaming centers for 20 days before their parents realized about the stolen money from the house.

Police said the children of a couple in Jeedimetla’s SR Naik Nagar noticed their parents keeping cash in their cupboard and shared the news with their friends who influenced them to bring the money in small amounts and replace it with fake notes.

However, the fun was short-lived as the couple, suspecting a rapid change in the lifestyle of the children and their behavior, checked the cupboard and realized the cash was stolen. They then questioned their children about the fake notes and the truth was revealed.

The parents filed a complaint with the Jeedimetla Police. However, after registering a complaint and thorough investigation, the police came to the conclusion that the money was spent by the siblings on their own. The police are also investigating who supplied the fake currency notes to the children and have been interrogating the friends of the children who misled them into stealing the money.

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Mangaluru: Continuous rainfall in Dakshina Kannada including Mangaluru, is now posing threat to the low-lying areas with flooding if the rain continues for next few hours.

Incidents of wall of the houses and compound walls collapsing, have also been reported from several areas since Wednesday night.

Similarly, cracks were also spotted on the Maravur Bridge following which the Deputy Commissioner instructed the PWD Executive Engineering to visit the spot and inspect the bridge on Thursday morning.

Due to the drainage issues, several areas in Mangaluru including Kottara Chowki were experiencing water logging causing traffic jams and panic among the locals who fear flooding if the rains do not stop.

In several other areas, homes have also been inundated with rain water putting the houses on risk of damages. Residents in these areas were evacuated and were shifted to other localities temporarily.

The Deputy Commissioner also declared holidays to PU and Degree colleges due to rains on June 30. He also added that the decision on declaring holidays to schools and other colleges will be taken after assessing the situation in the district by Friday morning.