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Notorious Inter-State HBT Offenders arrested by Baiyappanahalli and Jeevanbhimanagar Police Recovered property worth Rs.77 Lakhs detected 21 cases :
The East Division police of Baiyappanahalli and Jeevanbhimanagar Police have arrested notorious HBT offenders as House Burglary thiefs and detected 21 cases and recovered stolen property Worth Rs.77 lakhs.
In a joint operation by Jeevanbhimanagar Police inspector,Hanumantha K Bhajantri,Baiyyapanahalli police inspector Ramesh.G.P.and their crime staff has nabbed notorious Inter-State dreaded criminals.
The accused has been identified as,Vincent alias David,62,resident of Kalasipalya,Dinakar,31,Kalidasa,36, Loganathan,52,all three are residents of Nagapattinam of Tamilnadu,Armaan Khan,26 year old resident of New Delhi.
Speaking at a press conference, Police Commissioner T.Suneel Kumar said, “A team led by DCP,Ajay Hilori was formed to track the notorious criminals down.after we got a lead about his movements.He is an old-time offender, but he frequently disguised himself to stay under the radar.He was caught by the police after getting a tip-off in  Jeevanbhimanagar.He felt Bengaluru was a soft target to start burglary. Without any accomplice,Vincent would roam around in several areas and look for locked houses.Apart from serving free food at churches in Tamil Nadu, Vincent would use the looted money to ‘enjoy’ with his friends and live a lavish life. Police are verifying if he has committed burglaries in other areas too. Police recovered valuables worth Rs.16.25 lakh, which included gold jewellery and one television set.Meanwhile the team of Jeevanbhimanagar Police inspector and his team has arrested Delhi based accused identified as Armaan Khan he was nabbed based on information provided by his associates Ashish Kumar who was arrested in the month of August and based on the information provided by his associate our team were alert and recently in the month of September the accused Armaan Khan, alias Sonu, 27 who was caught when he was going back to Delhi after committing thefts in Bengaluru.Khan used to fly to Chennai from Delhi and from Chennai he use to travel to Hosur in a cab and stay in a posh hotel in the outskirts of Hosur. He’d target locked houses in Whitefield, South-east and East police divisions. Recently, he broke into a house in Jeevan Bheema Nagar police station limits.Based on a CCTV footage of him riding a bike the police identified him.With the help of technical inputs under observation by the police.The accused was nabbed by the night round patrolling team and he was taken to station for further questioning during the course of investigation he has confessed the crime and he was produced before the court and the court has remanded him to police custody and our team grilled him further and he spilled the beans and it was revealed that he was the gang leader of the team and he and his associates would take flights from New Delhi to Chennai.From there they would come to Bengaluru by train and would go around the city during morning hours looking for locked houses.They would pose themselves as salesman and after identifying the locked house they would commit theft at night times he even said that his associates would strike for almost at fortnight and would again return by train to Chennai and he used to dispose the booty in Chennai and rest to Delhi to lead a lavish lifestyle and based on his statement we have recovered stolen property worth Rs.31.7 lakhs, including 1.4kg of gold ornaments,1.2kg silver items and other valuables and with his arrest at least 12 cases has been solved.Armaan Khan, who is from Delhi, was earlier arrested by Ashok Nagar police in 2014 for committing series of thefts in city.Baiyyapanahalli Police inspector and his crime staff has arrested two notorious Inter-State thiefs who are infamous in commiting thefts and who used to escape with lockers too in seconds.Our inspector and his crime staff has taken theif identified as Dinakar Vaidyalingam on body warrant after he was remanded in judicial custody after his arrest by Tamilnadu Police and based on his information our team has secured two notorious thieves and during the course of investigation the accused confessed the crime and revealed that they used to target locked houses and banks and they even used to escape with lockers which was available in the house and he used to break open it in isolated place or forest area and they used to dispose the stolen property in Tamilnadu and based on their statement our team has recovered stolen property worth Rs.29 lakhs have been recovered from the accused.and with his arrest six property offence registered in Baiyyapanahalli and 1 case registered in Avalahalli has been detected by the team.Altogether total property worth of Rs.77 lakhs has been recovered and with their arrest we have detected 21 cases registered against them across state and finally Bengaluru Police Commissioner,T.Suneel Kumar,has appreciated,Addl CP East,Seemanth Kumar Singh,DCP East,Dr.Ajay Hilori,ACP,Shanthamalappa,PIs,as, Hanumantha.K.Bhajantri,Ramesh G.P.and their whole crime staff who has done tremendous and exemplary work in nabbing the notorious dreaded criminals who has given sleepless nights to Police and residents of bengalurueans and to lead a lavish and luxurious life they have committed this offence are now cooling their heels in the jail and all the accused are in judicial custody and suitable award will be given to whole team for their immense efforts in catching these dangerous criminals he added.