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Nellore: Six nabbed in two cases; 13 lakh gold, cash recovered
The police held a person and recovered 148 grams of gold worth Rs 3.78 lakh and the accused was identified as Veliboina Seenaiah in the case.
Nellore: The police held a person and recovered 148 grams of gold worth Rs 3.78 lakh and the accused was identified as Veliboina Seenaiah in the case.
Disclosing details here on Monday, District Superintendent of Police (SP) Aishwarya Rastogi said that Molagamudi Raghavaiah from Tirupati visited Nellore for attending a ceremony in Gangapatnam in the district.
"Raghaviah along with his family members boarded an autorickshaw on June 15 at Nellore RTC bus stand and driver of the auto noticed valuables kept in the bag and planned to steal them. He fled away from Atmakur bus stand taking the gold ornaments soon after Raghavaiah and his family members alighted the auto," he stated.
Raghavaiah lodged a complaint with the Nawabpeta police against the missing bag. Based on complaint, the police traced the number on the auto-rickshaw. Nawabpeta police finally apprehended the accused on June 17 at Atmakur bus stand and recovered 148 grams of gold.
In another case, the SP said that Tupili Girish Kumar, Chalamcharla Ajay and Penudota Ramesh, Pichapati Kusumabai and a juvenile Ch Vijaya Kumar of Nellore city addicted to bad habits. Kusumabai plotted robberies by joined hands with other accused.
"On June 12, the accused attacked an aged couple and robbed Rs 20,000 cash and 300 grams of gold ornaments from the house in Chinna Bazar police station limits. The gang normally targets aged persons residing alone in the houses," said the SP.
Police registered a case based on the complaint from the victims and started investigation.
Chinna Bazar police held the accused on June 17 at Brahamana street in Mulapet area in city and recovered Rs 9.04 lakh worth gold ornaments and cash of Rs 12,000 from the accused.
Aishwarya Rastogi appreciated the police, who were part of the investigation and handed over rewards to them. City DSP NBM Murali Krishna and other police officials were present.