On Friday Hyderaabad Cops secured one on charges that the denounced was engaged with chain snatching incidents that occurred in LB Nagar zone over the most recent two days. The police found a bike that was purportedly used to perpetrate the crime in Old City and arrested the proprietor for cross examination. As per Rachakonda Police, the bicycle was found close Volta lodging in Bhavani Nagar police headquarters restrains in Old city on Friday.
At the point when local people found the KTM bicycle bearing no TS 08 BP 4005 in their general vicinity and no one asserted belonging they quickly educated the police. In the wake of bringing it into their ownership, Bhavani Nagar police educated higher authorities. The bicycle costs around Rs 1.5 lakh and can run 200 KMPH speed. The bicycle was enrolled at Malakpet RTA office.
In view of the data found, the police arrested the bicycle proprietor who uncovered that sold the vehicle two years prior. On enquiry, the police discovered that the chain snatchers may be locals of Hyderabad and took up examination in another edge. After nine sequential snatchings inside a time of 15 hours, Rachakonda police shaped eight groups who are at work to catch the blamed.
The police escalated their hunt in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and in neighboring Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Bihar and Madhya Pradesh. The bike was recognized at Hayathnagar Kuntlur region where chain snatchers submitted their last offense before fleeing. The bicycle was caught at Chaderghat in the CCTVs.
Police through figuring out procedure are confirming all the CCTV film and cautiously viewing the section and leave focuses to the city explicitly in LB Nagar Zone limits. In the interim, Home Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali said that the chain snatchers who aggravated harmony and agreement in the city would be seized soon.