Baramulla police solves dacoity case; 04 accused arrested

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By Fast Kashmir on 22/12/2017.

Baramulla police solves dacoity case; 04 accused arrested

Looted property worth lacs recovered

Srinagar, Dec 22: Baramulla police has solved a dacoity case and arrested a gang of four persons involved in the crime, besides, recovered the looted property worth lacs of rupees.

Police Post Delina received a complaint from Khazan Singh son of Darshan Singh and Nazir Ahmad Kuchay son of Ghulam Mohammad Kuchay resident of Singhpora Baramulla that during the intervening night of 10/11th of December 2017, four unknown masked persons who were armed with knives/swords etc barged into their houses and held them at ransom. The complaint further reads that the dacoits tied the members of the family with rope and also attempted molestation of one women (name with held) in one of the houses. The dacoits looted jewelry, mobile phones etc from both the houses. The incident had created a sense of fear and insecurity in the whole area.

On receiving this complaint, a case FIR number 222/2017 and 223/2017 under section 354, 380, 392, 458, 511 RPC was registered and investigation into the matter was started.

During the course of investigation, a number of suspects were rounded up by the team of officers including DySP Hqr Shri Ruhail mircha, SHO Baramulla Shri Khalid Fayaz and DO Delina Shri Ashraf Ahmad. After strenuous efforts put forth by the investigating team, a group gang of 04 persons involved in the commission of the offence were identified and were later on arrested. They were identified as Nissar Ahmad rather @ Chilaikalan son of Ghulam Mohammad Rather, Mohammad Dilawar Dar son of Mohammad Yousuf, Basharat Ahmad Sheikh son of Ghulam Mohammad Sheikh residents of Hygam and Adil Hussain Khan son of Mohammad Maqbool Khan resident of Kalampora Singhpora Baramulla.

On the instance of these accused persons, all the looted property of estimated cost of about rupees eleven lacs has been recovered from different places. The weapon of offence viz knives/ropes etc have also been recovered.

The investigating team has made exemplary efforts to nab the dacoits and recover the looted property.

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