Crime file: Bizman killed in TN, body disposed in AP

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Bizman killed in TN, body disposed in AP
Chennai: A railway police probe into the missing businessman from Chennai Central station led to house of a woman in Veppumpattu, near Chennai, to where the missing man was lured by her and murdered on May 30.
The woman, her husband and her lover had killed Kalimuthu, 42, egg businessman from Villivakkam, chopped his body into pieces before dumping them near Pitchur lake of Chittoor district, in Andhra Pradesh.

Velu and Sujatha.
The police had arrested Velu, 25, the associate of the couple. “The couple is on the run. It looks like the woman, Sujatha, 33, used to ‘entertain’ Kalimuthu at her house on a regular basis. She had seen her parmour wearing heavy gold chain and carrying bundles of currency notes with him whenever he visited her.
So, she had planned the murder with her husband and lover Velu so that they could become rich overnight. On the day of his death, Kalimuthu was carrying `50,000 cash and wearing a 10 sovereign gold chain,” the police informed. The killers had carried the body pieces, packed in sacks, on two-wheelers. The trunk and arms were burnt at one place, while the head was disposed 10 km away.
“On the confession of Velu, the burnt body pieces were located and sent for post-mortem to the government hospital in Kalahasti in Chittoor. We are hopeful of arresting the couple soon,” the police noted.
The police had managed to zero in on the accused by tracking the mobile phone call records and its signals. “There were blood stains all over Sujatha’s house though they had cleaned the entire house using three bottles of floor cleaner,” noted inspector Sekar of the central railway station, who led the investigation in the case.
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Teen steals 169 chains
Hyderabad: A 19-year-old boy, who used high-speed bikes to snatch gold chains of women, finally landed in the police net on Sunday. One kg of gold ornaments and a Karizma bike has been recovered from the accused, Md Akheeluddin, the police said. They also said that he had committed around 169 chain-snatching offences in the last three years.
The chain snatcher was introduced to this crime  when he was just 16 years old and has also been arrested by the police in the past. His two accomplices, who used to assist him in chain snatching are, however, missing, according to the police.

Police commissioner Anurag Sharma and East Zone DCP R. Jaya Lakshmi with the gold chains that were recovered from Md. Akheeluddin in the city on Sunday.  — DC
About the criminals’ modus operandi, city police commissioner  Anurag Sharma said that the trio used high-speed bikes to snatch gold chains. According to him, they used to target women in isolated places. “One of the goons would ride pillion and stop it near such women. Then the two accomplices accompanying him would snatch gold jewellery from the victims and would just vanish into thin air, literally”, the city police commissioner said.
Police officials said the offenders also wore helmets or masks to conceal their identity while committing the crimes. Akheeluddin, a resident of Alinagar of Chandrayangutta is said to be a college dropout.
He had also started a mobile repairing shop at Jagadish Market. Meanwhile, the accused met another chain snatcher and started committing the offences. However, the police soon arrested him.“Whenever the accused was released from jail, he would start snatching chains and gold jewellery again,” Task Force Additional DCP  Rameshaiah said.
Police arrested the accused while they were conducting a vehicle check at Saidabad Cross Roads. Cops have also seized a Honda Civic car from the accused. 
Next: 45-year-old woman killed for gold

45-year-old woman killed for gold
Visakhapatnam: A 45-year-old woman was murdered by unidentified persons in her home at Nathayyapalem under Gajuwaka police station limits in the city on Sunday morning.
Police suspect that someone known to her killed the woman and fled away  with her gold ornaments. According to reports, K Satyavathi, a widow has been living in the area for the last few years after she lost her husband and younger daughter.
Cops said the scene of crime clearly indicated that it was a planned murder and they would nab the culprits soon.
Next: Man killed over property clash

Man killed over property clash
Bengaluru: A 60-year-old man was allegedly stabbed to death by unknown miscreants over a property dispute in Mahadevapura police  limits on Friday night. The victim, Muniswamy, was a petty shop owner and resident of Vijaynagar.
The incident occurred near A. Narayanapura railway tracks in front of a school. Muniswamy was riding his two-wheeler towards his house on Friday around 9.30 pm when some assailants in a car stopped and attacked him with knives. He was reportedly stabbed multiple times in the neck, stomach and chest, and he collapsed in a pool of blood. 
The attack happened so quickly that passersby and other motorists at first thought Muniswamy was the victim of a hit-and-run case and immediately called the police.
He was rushed to CMH Hospital where he was declared brought dead. Muniswamy reportedly has two wives and the police suspect that a property-related feud involving the two could be the reason behind the murder. Muniswamy’s body was shifted to Bowring Hospital for the post mortem.
Next: Drunk man stabs wife, son to death

Drunk man stabs wife, son to death
Rajahmundry: In a bizarre incident, a 54-year-old’s addiction to alcohol led to him murdering his wife and son at  Annapurn-amma Peta in Rajahmundry city on Sunday afternoon.
According to sources,  Senapati Ramu has been addicted to alcohol for the last several years. On Sunday afternoon, he had a heated argument with his wife Narayanamma.
Ramu then picked up a scissor and attacked his wife. His 21-year-old son Adinarayana, a mason by profession, who tried to protect his mother was also attacked by his father. He sustained severe injuries and died on the spot. Narayanamma succumbed to her  injuries in the hospital.
Next: Online frauds outwit Hyderabad police

Online frauds outwit Hyderabad police
Hyderabad: City Cyber crime police find it difficult to solve  online lottery fraud cases  (also known as Nigerian lottery fraud) despite many trained cops  being recruited in the department.
More than 75 per cent of online lottery fraud cases in 2012 at Hyderabad and Cyberabad commissionerates are still under investigation. Many similar cases from previous years are also pending as the accused are mainly foreigners.
Though police did crack a few cases by tracing the IP addresses and following up on other clues, the crooks are still keeping the cops on their toes as they operate from other countries with the help of “agents” in India.
Senior police officials admit that if the fraudster is somewhere in the African continent or in countries with which India has no extradition treaty, it’s almost impossible to nab them. In most of the cases, the culprits, mainly Nigerians, run back to their country or any other foreign nation before the police can reach them.
“In some cases the main accused sit in their own country and operate from there. They may have agents in our country to conduct the financial transactions. Even if police catch the agents, the mastermind behind the offence would still be at large,” said a senior police official from Cyberabad, where only three cases of online lottery frauds have been detected in the last year.Earlier, the city police had cracked the cases and arrested the crooks with the help of police from other cities, including Mumbai.

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