Visakhapatnam police arrested 4 accused in two theft instances


Visakhapatnam District Police has arrested 4 accused within the metropolis on the premise of a number of theft instances registered within the third week of March. Ch. Below the steerage of Penta Rao, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), Crime, two groups had been fashioned to resolve the instances. Complaints had been registered in varied police stations and the officers took strict motion and recovered the stolen property.

On March 21, 2022, the complainant, Pattanala Rajeshwari, a resident of Pedgantyada, has registered a case of theft at Newport police station. Within the grievance, she stated that on March 19, 2022, she had left the home with out closing the doorways. The robber Panga Suryanarayana (29) stole gold and money value round Rs 1.7 lakh on the identical day. A workforce led by Harbor Sub Division Crime Police Inspectors M. Avtharam and N. Sunil, (Particular Investigation Division) DSI, Newport Police Station has carried out the required investigation. The workforce arrested the accused on the day of submitting the grievance after arduous efforts and recovered the stolen items.

Panga Suryanarayana, a Lupine worker, was an accused in one other theft case reported on 15 March 2022 in the identical space. The complainant Vanumu Ramana reported the theft of gold value round ₹ 2 lakh, which was later recovered by the police.

The theft of Palladium Carbon was reported on the Paravada Police Station by Chukka Venkata Subba Rao on 15 March 2022. The complainant, who’s a Deputy Normal Supervisor (DGM) in Synthochem Labs Pvt Ltd, instructed that unidentified individuals had entered the hazardous supplies storage room of the godown by eradicating the window panes and stole 10% of the palladium carbon that has a market. The price of which is round 50 lakh rupees.

Visakhapatnam police arrested four accused in two robbery cases

Sargadam Nitin Ishwar Sai Ram (19 years), Adari Pawan Kumar (19 years) and Adari Naveen Kumar (21 years), who had been college students, have been recognized as accused within the case. A workforce led by P.Suryanarayan, Inspector of Police, South Sub-Divisional Crime, and B.Ramanayya, DSI-Parvada Police Station, beneath the steerage of Chau. Penta Rao has arrested the accused and recovered the property. Police have additionally recovered TVS Apache, a car utilized by the accused.

On receiving a number of complaints, Visakhapatnam Police has taken collective motion and efficiently arrested the accused within the theft instances. The ACP appreciated the work of each the groups.

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