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Dec 05 2016 (07:03)  Railway police return Italian citizen’s bag found in train (
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VADODARA: The Vadodara railway police on Thursday returned the lost bag of an aged Italian citizen which contained Euro 1,500, US $1,000, Rs 60,000, phone, passport and other valuables. The railway police had found the bag from Ernakulam-Nizamuddin Express on November 26.
Pulivio Otino, 74, was coming from Karwar in Karnataka on November 25 and he got down at Madgaon station to drink water. While boarding the train, he got into a wrong coach. When he could not find his bag, he got down the train believing that it was stolen. He went to the railway police to complain about it but he was sent to Karwar as he had boarded the train from there.
a passenger who was in the same train informed railway police in Vadodara about the bag lying in the train since 12 hours. When the railway police in Vadodara opened the bag, they found the money and other valuables including a mobile phone. The police could find only one Indian number in the phone. On calling that number, they learnt that it was a restaurant owner in Goa who was Otino's friend. He informed that Otino has registered the complaint about the bag theft with Karwar railway police.
After being informed by their counterparts in Vadodara, the Karwar railway police reached city on Thursday along with Otino where the bag was handed over to him.
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