Hyderabad cops solve two cases on Twitter!

Two different complaints to Cyberabad and Hyderabad police on Twitter regarding a missing man and a married woman respectively sent the police into tizzy, albeit for a couple of hours. 

Published: 12th August 2018 04:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2018 04:59 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Two different complaints to Cyberabad and Hyderabad police on Twitter regarding a missing man and a married woman respectively sent the police into tizzy, albeit for a couple of hours. Police received information, verified the details and solved the issues.

While a married woman tweeted to police about torture and kidnap, a man was missing under suspicious circumstances in Chandangar police limits.

According to police, a woman Deena Rani tweeted Cyberabad and Hyderabad police that she was kidnapped and was tortured. Giving her family members’ details, she sought immediate action in rescuing her.

“The incident took place took place at Mangalgiri of AP. As the woman is active on social networking sites, she tweeted Hyderabad and Cyberabad police. However, we did proper inquiries and it was revealed that the woman had disputes with her husband and she went to her relatives residence where she tweeted to us seeking assistance. Her husband was alerted by us and asked to bring back the wife,’’ police operating police social networking sites said.

The woman’s husband Joseph said that on Friday night he had arguments with his wife. Irate over the incident, she left without informing him and tweeted TS police.

Similarly, Hyderabad police received information from one Harinath Reddy stating that a man was missing under suspicious circumstances and posted the matter on twitter and facebook pages of police. The Hyderabad police verified the details and sensed that a case was registered by Chandanagar police in connection with the incident. Hours after Harinath Reddy posted about the missing man, he also tweeted police informing that the man was traced and had returned home safely.

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