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Two inter-state thieves arrested

Published On : 17 Apr 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: Police arrested two inter-state thieves with regard to three robberies which took place recently. The arrested accused are Elyas(34), resident of Puttan Veetil, Trissur, Kerala and Nelson C V (30), resident of corporation flat No 1-7, Trissur district, Kerala.

They have been sent to judicial custody on April 10. 237 grams jewellery, two motor cycles used for the crimes, toy pistol and knives were recovered from them. Police are on the lookout for the third accused who is at large.

Earlier, a group of three had entered the house of Nagendra Prasad at Dentanaje, Petrame, Dharmastala police station limits on November 28, 2017. They had entered the house of Shivakumar Putturaya, Kedila, Puttur on December 22, 2017 and decamped with 144 gram gold and ATM cards. The group also entered the house of Narayana Pillai, Ichlampadi, Uppinangadi on March 21 and robbed.

While the suspected robber who took part in the robberies at Patrame and Kedila is absconding, the arrested are said to be involved in the Ichlampadi incident. They had arrived in the guise of repairing mixers at Kedila and conducted a robbery later.

 







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