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KASARAGOD: The panchaloha idol of Lakshminarayana at a temple attached to an ancestral home at the remote Urumi locality near Manjeshwaram has been found stolen. A complaint lodged by the Malabar Devaswom Board said thieves decamped with the idol of the presiding deity along with that of smaller ones, Kumbla Circle Inspector V V Manoj said. The complaint estimated the loss at Rs 2 lakh. It also stated that the robbers took away 24 thaliyolagranthas (palm leaf manuscript). The police said property dispute between two brothers had led to vesting of the temple administration with the Devaswom board. The police have registered cases under IPC Sections 457 and 380 (theft).

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