Four Accused taken into Custody following separate incidents

Three people of the four accused who were arrested by Surajpol Police for assault and loot at two different shops, were sent to Judicial Custody on Monday morning.

 

Three people of the four accused who were arrested by Surajpol Police for assault and loot at two different shops, were sent to Judicial Custody on Monday morning. The fourth accused was sent to remand under Police custody wherein Police will continue their interrogations to amass clues and evidence regarding the crime committed by him. Accused Inayat aka Bhayyu of Silawatwadi, Muzaffar aka Gagga of Kheradiwada and Mohammad Rafiq aka Gappa of Mulla Talai were arrested by Surajpol police on Sunday. The above named were arrested under charges of beating a readymade garments shop owner at Shakti Nagar area and for not paying anything against the purchase done from his shop. All three were produced in Court and were sent under judicial custody. Earlier, after committing the crime, the accused fled away from the shop, but they were identified by the police with the help of CCTV cameras installed at the shop. On the basis of the footage of the victim’s shop, the search for the accused was launched by the Police and on Sunday afternoon the trio was arrested by the cops. The motor bike used by them at the time of executing the crime was also seized by the police and has been kept in custody as informed by Station House Officer, Surajpol police station, Ramesh Kumar. Ramesh also added that all 3 accused are habitual offenders and are having various case registered on their names at various police stations. In another swift move police have also arrested a history sheeter who was wanted under charges of snatching Rs.90000 cash from a victim by threatening using a sword. Since then various police teams of Surajpol police station had been searching for him and raided his various hideouts. After his arrest on Sunday he was produced in Court from where he was remanded to police custody for further interrogation. The matter came to light on 19th February when victim Mohammad Ashraf Khan lodged a complaint against the accused at Surapol police station. In this report Ashraf mentioned that accused Mohammad Sheru aka Babu Langda entered the office of his travel agency with a sword in his hand. Threatening Ashraf by flagging his sword, he extracted Rs. 90000 cash, which was kept at the reception counter of the office and fled away, SHO Ramesh Kumar said. Soon after getting the report from the victim, Surajpol police got into action and launched the hunt for the accused. Langda was finally arrested and the team facilitating the arrest – Head Constable Rohitash Chowdhary and Constables Mohammad Athar and Shyam Sunder, handed him over to the station. After being taken on Remand, the Police are now interrogating him further for the recovery for the looted amount.

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