Dead bodies of two missing persons found
(Siasat News): Cyberabad police has found two dead bodies of the persons who mysteriously went missing. Rajendranagar and L B Nagar police in two different cases recovered the dead bodies of two Muslims.
According to Rajendranagar police, one Mohd. Nawab, 35, an auto driver and resident of 9 number. He had left his house on august 17 but did not return.
Police recovered his dead body near pillar No. 180. L B Nagar police said that one Basheeruddin, 43, resident of Jamshed Nagar in Musheerabad also went missing and his dead body is also found.
Both the cases are registered and police is trying to ascertain the cause of their death.
Fatal fall from height
(Siasat News): A painter who was busy in some painting work by standing on a special ‘lift’ used for the outer painting purpose.
Police said that the deceased Sanjay Kumar, 28, was busy in his work when he accidentally fell down on the ground from the lift in suspicious circumstances.
He had sustained severe injuries and was shifted to a hospital where he died during the treatment. A case has been registered and further investigations are on.
Four robbers arrested
(Siasat News): Abids police has arrested four persons involved in many thefts. Detective inspector Mr. P Yadagiri said that on August 18, a consignment of pipes was unloaded at a warehouse near Medwin Hospital.
Just then, four motorbike borne persons reached there and threatened the DCM driver B Lingaiah and his two associates Sheikh Wahab and Shiva and snatched cellphones and other items from them and fled the scene.
Abids police on the basis of suspicion, within 12 hours arrested Mohd. Zafar, 24, Akbar Basha, 28, Mohd. Nawab, 24 and Sheikh Adil, 30.
They were interrogated and they admitted the commitment of the crime. Police also seized stolen mobile phones and cash from their possession.
Student held with live bullet
(Siasat News): The custom officials at RGI airport arrested a passenger when a live bullet was found in his luggage.
As per the details, the passenger Chaitanya, native of Khammam and a student had reached the airport to catch a New York flight as he was going there to pursue higher studies.
During the custom check of his luggage, a bullet was found. Over this, the airport officials handed him over to the police.
Later, Chaitanya clarified that he owned a licensed gun but a bullet was remained in the baggage by mistake.