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Crime In Hyderabad (7.6.2016)

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Man fell off the train, dies

(Siasat News): A man fell down from a running train near Secunderabad railway station in suspicious circumstances.

Railway police said that the deceased Ravi, 27, was the resident of S R Nagar. He hailed from Nalgonda district.

Yesterday, he was travelling in a train and standing near the door. Police suspect that he might have lost his balance and had fallen from the compartment that had proved fatal.

Railway police has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Missing man’s dead body found

(Siasat News): Rajendranagar police has found the dead body of a man who had mysteriously gone missing.

It is said that the deceased Venkatesh Goud, 43, resident of Kismatpur, had left his house as usual for his work but did not return in the evening.

Police suspect that he might have consumed some pesticide to end his life. Police is yet to ascertain the motive behind his death.

Further investigations are underway.

Shops burgled in Uppal

(Siasat News): The burglars have once again strike at Uppal in Cyberabad where three shops were burgled.

These incidents had put a question mark on the alertness of the police and shows its callousness. The burglars broke open the locks of three shops to gain entry and made their escape good with costly items and cash.

The people in the locality noticed the broken locks of the shops and informed the police. Now the police is trying to get the video footage of the CCTV cameras fixed in and around the area.

Following the complaints of the shopkeepers police has registered a case and further investigations are underway.

Complex owner fell off the building, dies

(Siasat News): A man died in suspicious circumstances at Uppal in Cyberabad.

It is said that the deceased Prabhakar Reddy, 47, had a fatal fall from the 5th floor of a building. The deceased was the resident of Venkatdhari Nagar. Recently he had constructed a new complex.

On the fateful day he had gone to attend some complaints about the water logging on the terrace of the complex. During the check up, he had lost his balance and had fallen from the terrace that proved fatal.

Police is yet to ascertain that how come a man in his full senses, could fall from a considerable height.

A case has been registered and further investigations are in progress.

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