Crime Crime in Hyderabad

Crime In Hyderabad (18.11.2016)

Crime In Hyderabad (18.11.2016)

Syndicate Bank employee arrested

(Siasat News): Saroornagar police has arrested a bank employee involved in exchanging the old demonetized notes valued at Rs. 6 lakh in the denomination of Rs. 1000 note.

Following the complaint of the manager, the police started the investigations.

In the meantime, Saroornagar police inspector Mr. Lingaiah said one Mallesh, 56, was arrested who was the employee of Syndicate Bank, Chaitanya colony branch.

He is alleged to have exchanged Rs. 6 lakh in demonetized notes and replace them with new Rs. 2000 currency notes.

Father-son impregnated maid

(Siasat News): A father-son duo jointly done the kind of work which would ashamed of as they impregnated a maid servant by repeatedly raping her during the course of last two-three months.

This incident recently came into light. It is said that advocate Sudhakar Reddy and his younger son did the shameful act.

This incident came into light through an electrician who had gone to the house of the advocate for some repair work where the victim told him the hair-raising story of her sexual exploitation.

According to reliable sources the electrician contacted Maheshwari Goud who is the leader of the private employees and narrated the entire episode.

Later, the maid was set free from the clutches of the advocate. After the medical checkup, it was confirmed that the maid was pregnant.

A case has been registered and further investigations are on.

2-member gang arrested with huge robbed money

(Siasat News): The entire nation is now busy in exchanging their old currency notes with new one and criminals having a field day and their activities are also intensified.

In one such incident police Rajendranagar has arrested two persons who were absconding with Rs. 50 lakh. They had come to Attapur for the exchange of the currency.

In the meantime, Shamshabad DCP Padmaja Reddy produced the culprits before a press conference. He said that Ravindernath Reddy, 42, resident of Langar Houz and S Raju, 30, resident of Amberpet are arrested whereas one of their accomplices Naresh is absconding.

Police has recovered a sum of Rs. 37,29000 from their possession.

These robbers had looted the money from Attapur. Following the identity parade in which Jewellers Deepak and Dinesh had identified the culprits, police immediately arrested them.

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