Four cat burglars nabbed, booty recovered

Four notorious house burglars were nabbed by the CCS sleuths in connection with 11 house breaking and three Automobile theft cases occurred under the Cyberabad and Hyderabad Police Commissionerates and recovered 45 tolas of gold ornaments, four kg silver ornaments, three motorcycles, seven Laptops, One Apple I Pad and six wrist watches and three cameras all worth Rs 15 lakhs at their instance.
The accused were identified as Bharath Kumar Sharma alias Rahul, 25, residing at Gulzar House and native of Dhanegav village under Nanded district of Maharashtra, Md. Mohsin, 20, tiles laying worker and native of Bhajanpura , New Dehli, Akulvar Rajendara alias Raju, 29, cloth business, resident of Nanded and Bairi Srinivas, 50, of Bellampally of Adilabad district.
G. Janaki Sharmila, Addl. DCP (Crimes) Cyberabad has stated that Bharat Kumar Sharma is an ex-convict, who indulged in nine house breaking offences and three automobile theft cases under Police Stations of KPHB, Madhapur, Chandanagar, Miyapur, Malkajgiri, Gandhinagar, Narayanguda, Charminar, SR Nagar and Chadarghat of Cyberabad and Hyderabad Commissionerates by breaking open the locks of houses with the help of an iron rod and a screw driver. He committed offences along with his associate Md. Mosin, who met at Chanchalguda Jail. Previously Bharat kumar Sharma was arrested by Amberpet, Bahadurpura, Malkajgiri, Shainayt Gunj, Rajendranagar, Saroornagar, Chilkalguda, Asifnagar, Nizamabad and Kuatpally police.
Md. Mohsin was arrested previously by Miyapur and Panjagutta PS in 2013 in House breaking cases. Akulavar Rajendra was involved in two house breaking and two Automobile theft cases along with Bharat Kumar Sharma, who was introduced in Charpally jail. Previously Rajendra was arrested by Banjara Hills, Afzal Gunj, Panjagutta Chikkadpally, Marredpally, Ramgopalpet, Kachiguda, Malkajgiri, Bodhan, Nizamabad I town, Mahankali, Nanded and Nizamabad IV town Police Stations. The three accused were apprehended by CCS sleuths of Kukatpally and Cyberabad and recovered 20 tolas of gold ornaments and four kilogram of silver
articles, seven laptops, three motorcycles, one Apple I-pad, three cameras and six wrist watches all worth Rs 7,50,000.
Bairi Srinivas, an ex-convict committed two house breaking in night under Shamirpet PS limits by breaking open the locks of houses with the help of available tools/crow bars near the houses and stolen away gold and silver ornaments. He was apprehended by CCS Rajendranagar staff, Cyberabad and recovered 15 tolas gold ornaments, three kilogram silver articles. After his release on bail from Charlapally jail on October 29 last year, the accused committed the offences. Previously he was involved in such types of offences and was sent to jail by Bellampally 1 town PS, Mandamarri, Khammam 1 town and Pet-Basheerbad PS.
The modus operandi of Bairy Srinivas is to wander along streets and search for the locked houses and after consuming liquor, he goes to the area and break into the identified homes by using iron rod and lift valuables like jewelry and cash. After committing the offence, he wipes out his finger prints on almirahs and doors with water and cloth.
Y. Narasimha Reddy, Inspector CCS Rajendranagar and K. Shashank Reddy, Inspector of CCS Kukatpally and their teams have done commendable work in apprehending the four criminals. (NSS)