Cops on Lookout for Kidnappers of 5-yr-old

Published: 09th March 2015 06:07 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th March 2015 06:07 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Police personnel are trying to find if kidnappers of 5-year girl, K Mamatha, came to drop her at A S Rao Nagar. The girl who was kidnapped on Friday, was left to fend for herself at A S Rao Nagar on Saturday. A juice vendor handed over the child to the Kushaiguda PS.

Police personnel tried to find if any CCTV cameras in the areas have captured the images of the kidnappers while they came to drop the child at A S Rao Nagar. But chances look slim as the girl was dropped late evening and police suspect if the cameras were not equipped with night vision, the images might be of no help.

Mamatha, along with two other children, were kidnapped by two unidentified women from Nallakunta on Friday. The two children were dropped at Tarnaka within an hour of the kidnap but Mamatha was taken away.  Late Saturday evening, Mamatha was found at AS Rao Nagar by a juice vendor, who handed over her to the police.

“Our beat constables said that they got a call from A S Rao Nagar saying somebody found a girl. We reached the place and inquired if she is known to anybody. As we did not get any response, we sent message to all police stations in Cyberabad,” said N Venkata Ramana, inspector, Kushaiguda police station.

Later, they got to know through TV scrolling that a child was kidnapped from Nallakunta limits. When they compared the facial features of the kidnapped girl with that of the child they found, it matched.

“The girl was handed over to her father on Saturday night,” said P Yadagiri, SI from Nallakunta PS. He said they are trying to trace the kidnappers.

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