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Crime Watch

Rs. 2 lakhs stolen

Thieves took away Rs. 2 lakhs from a person when he went to deposit the money in ICICI Khairatabad branch on Monday. T. Satyanarayana (33), who was working as a supervisor with a businessman, M.V. Subbaraju, went to the bank on the latter's instruction. When the bank staff told him that he couldn't deposit more than Rs.50,000 in another person's account, Satyanarayana came out of the bank.

He hanged the polythene cover containing the cash to the scooter's hook. As the vehicle did not start, he bent down to see if the fuel switch was turned off. Meanwhile, the thief took away the cash bag.

Senior citizen robbed of cash

Two unidentified persons snatched away Rs. 50,000 from a senior citizen after diverting his attention at Syndicate Bank, Mehdipatnam branch office, on Monday. A resident of Jeba Bagh, J. Ambros (60), went to the bank to deposit one lakh rupees when the crime was committed. The accused persons told him that banks had made it mandatory to write the number of the first currency note of a bundle on the forms. As he was doing that, the duo grabbed the second bundle and fled, the Humayunnagar police said.

Case against two constables

The L.B. Nagar police have reportedly booked a case against two of their constables -Kesiya Naik and Jangaiah -- on the charge of attempting to extort money from a businessman after threatening him to implicate in a false case.

The citizen was returning home in a car after Sunday midnight when the constable duo intercepted him and demanded money from him.

Ten youngsters duped

A woman, Janaki Devi, has allegedly cheated 10 youngsters to the tune of Rs. 5.29 lakh with false assurances of securing them jobs in Railways. According to a complaint lodge by one P. Rama Rao and others, Devi claimed herself to be a relative of the South Central Railway General Manager, Stanley Babu, and led them to believe that she would see them through the Railway Recruitment Board conducted three months ago, the Bowenpally police said.

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