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Telangana: 6 arrested for breaking into houses, stealing; items worth 32L recovered

According to the latest reports, the Central Crime Station Police of Bhongir and Mothkur apprehended six housebreakers on Monday.

The accused have been identified as Bodige Ashok, 36, Gundeboina Chandram, 29, Noothy Sathish, 38, Bairavoni Swamy, 35, Bade Balakrishna, 35, Gandasiri Upendar, 32.

50 tolas of gold ornaments, 2.5 kg silver ornaments, 2 bikes, and 9 cell phones all worth Rs 32, 83,000 were recovered from the accused.

As per reliable sources, four police teams were stationed at Bodige Ashok’s house in Valigonda village for quite some time. Ashok was arrested and confessed to offenses committed by him along with Chandram and Upendar, in 34 cases. Following that, the other accused were apprehended in their hometowns.

According to the press release by the police, two of the accused (Ashok and Upendar) are house-breaking offenders.

In the year 2007, Ashok, Chandram, and Sathish began breaking into houses and were sent to judicial remand by Hayatnagar police. They did, however, revert to their old ways after being released.

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They were arrested again by the Nalgonda police and sent to judicial custody in 2019.

Swamy, Balakrishna, and Upendar joined the trio in 2020. The six accused broke into houses at night in Mothkur, Athmakur, Valigonda, Addagudur, Ramannapeta, Yadagirigutta, Rajhapata police station limits of Rachakonda Commissionerate, and Nalgonda, Mahaboobabad districts.

Ashok and Chandram were arrested by Munugode police and sent to judicial custody while Sathish, Swamy, Balakrishna, and Upendar continued their crimes in Rachakonda Commissionerate and Nalgonda districts, the police said.

The accused are repeat offenders who targeted isolated roadside houses in nine villages. They robbed locked houses after they had consumed liquor.

While three broke into the houses with an iron rod, two hid outside to keep an eye on things.






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