HYDERABAD: In yet another ghastly act of crime against a woman in less than week, an auto driver and two of his friends allegedly raped a lab technician in Pahadishareef after taking her to a lonely spot in the area on Wednesday.The victim, a resident of Santosh Nagar Colony who works in a diagnostic centre hired an auto to commute to her workplace. The auto driver was taking her to her place of work and took a sudden diversion. At Chandrayangutta, two others boarded the auto. The trio took the lab technician to an isolated spot in Pahadishareef where there was no movement of people and committed the atrocity. The three later fled the scene without raising any suspicion, said South Zone DCP Gajarao Bhupal.
The victim pulled herself together and then went to Santosh Nagar Police where she lodged a complaint. Later, she was sent to the Bharosa Centre. The South Zone Task Force police, along with a clues team and dog squad, are working to find evidence as well as nab the auto driver immediately.
So far, footage from about 190 CCTV cameras in the area where the crime took place is being analysed. Police officials say they are sure to find clues to crack the case immediately and arrest the accused. The shocking incident comes on the heels of the alleged rape of two sisters by four persons at Gandhi Hospital.
One of the victims is still missing. One lab technician and four security guards have been taken into custody so far. A case has been registered under sections 363, 376 and 506 of IPC.
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