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Five held for snatching police jeep's key

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Tiruvannamalai: Five residents of Maruthadu village near Vandavasi have been arrested for snatching the keys of a police jeep, Superintendent of Police P. Shamoondeeswari has said

A mob had caught hold of a 35-year old person suspecting him of killing a ten-year old boy, and threatened to set him on fire in the village on Sunday night.

The body of the boy, who went missing on May 20, was recovered from a nearby village last Friday.

On receiving information, Vandavasi Deputy Superintendent of Police G. Panneerselvam rushed to the village and tried to take E. Malayandi into custody. Objecting to this and demanding that the man be left with them, some villagers snatched the keys of the police jeep from Mr. Panneerselvam

The police managed to secure Malayandi after more personnel rushed to the village. On Monday, Malayandi was arrested for the death of the boy.

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