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ATM attack accused to be in Bengaluru cops’ custody soon

Presently Madhukar Reddy is in the custody of Dharmavaram police in Andhra Pradesh in connection with a murder case. The custody will end on Thursday.​

Published: 02nd March 2017 05:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd March 2017 05:08 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: Almost a month after the arrest of Madhukar Reddy who had allegedly assaulted a woman inside an ATM in 2013, Bengaluru City police will bring him to the city for further investigations.

Presently Madhukar Reddy is in the custody of Dharmavaram police in Andhra Pradesh in connection with a murder case. The custody will end on Thursday.

Nine days prior to the attack on Jyothi Uday in Bengaluru, Madhukar had allegedly killed a woman in Dharmavaram.

Before handing him over to Dharmavaram police, Chittoor district police took him into custody and questioned him in connection with four cases.


During the same period, Bengaluru police approached a ccourt for body warrant. The team was prepared to get the custody of Madhukar on February 28.

Additional commissioner of police (west) Malini Krishnamurthy said, “By March 7, he will be in the custody of city police.”

“Jyothi will have to identify Madhukar during the identification parade,” police added.

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