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Crime In Hyderabad (23.12.2015)

Student dies in train accident

(Siasat News): A student died in a train accident occurred at Yakutpura railway station in the old city.

According to railway police Kachiguda, the deceased Ameer Khan, 17, resident of Riyasat Nagar and was studying at Chanchalguda Junior College.

He was hit by a train between Uppuguda and Dabeerpura railway tracks that proved fatal.

Police has registered a case and further investigations are on.

Financial crunch led to suicide

(Siasat News): A man, who was very upset over the financial crunch and the domestic problems, ended his life.

This incident occurred in Humayun Nagar police limits where Suresh, 26, took the extreme step. The deceased was a watchman and the native of Warangal.

He was under financial crisis for quite some time. Police is further investigating.

Minor fell down from balcony, dies

(Siasat News): A minor fell down from a building situated at Afzalgunj and died.

According to police sources, the deceased Sri Ram, just 7-year-old and the resident of Gowliguda. He was a student. Last night he was playing in his house but accidentally fell down from the balcony situated on the 4th floor.

Police has registered a case of suspicious death and investigations are underway.

House burgled at Moghalpura

(Siasat News): A house was burgled at Moghalpura where the burglars made their escape good with goods worth Rs. 8 lakh.

It is said that Syed Meraj Tauheed, 46, resident of Moghalpura, had gone to Hari Bowli to attend a function organized by his in-laws.

The burglars took the advantage of the situation and broke open the lock of the house to gain entry.

When Meraj returned from the function late last night, he found the lock of the house broken and when he went inside, he was shocked to know that burglars had stolen 25 tolas gold ornaments, 1,50,000 cash and two mobile phones.

He immediately called Moghalpura police and it reached there with clues team.

In the meantime, inspector Moghalpura Mr. R Devender said that the footage of CCTV cameras would be analysed and the culprits will be shortly arrested.

A case has also been registered.

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