Burglars held, Rs 16 lakh property recovered

Published: 03rd October 2012 10:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd October 2012 10:09 AM   |  A+A-

 An inter-state burglary gang was busted and more than Rs 16 lakh property was recovered from them by the Cyberabad police here on Tuesday.

 The trio were nabbed with assistance of the Delhi police.

 The accused have been identified as Ali Mohammed, Mohammed Rashid and Mohammed Aizad, all are residents of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh.

 They were involved in a case of burglary in a flat in Sai Durga Complex at Nacharam on September 24.

 The trio escaped with one kilo gold ornaments and Rs 4.5 lakh cash.

 On a complaint by the house owner V Ramesh Rao, the Nacharam police registered a case of burglary.

 During investigation, police found that the burglary was committed by an inter-state gang from Delhi.

 A team of policemen led by Nacharam inspector R Devender visited Delh and with the help of the Delhi police, they managed to nab the accused at the Pitampura railway station on September 27.

 Police recovered stolen gold and cash worth Rs 16 lakh from them.

 The trio were produced in a court in Delhi and then were brought to the city.

 Later they were remanded to judicial custody.

Fake Cops Rob Woman of Gold

ADILABAD: Two persons, faking as cops, robbed a woman of her gold and even tried to molest her after entering her house in Bellampally mandal headquarters early Tuesday morning.

 According to sources, around 3 a.m.

, the accused knocked the doors of Balasani Santoshi (28) house at Ragdambaala Basti in the town.

 As Santoshi opened the door, the duo entered the house and locked it from inside.

 They snatched the gold chain from her neck and tried to molest her.

 However, Santoshi raised an alarm and her neighbours rushed for her help prompting the accused to take to their heels leaving their two-wheeler.

 Santoshi lives alone in the house.



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