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Delhi Police arrests wanted man in Mathura



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Delhi Police, Mathura,new delhi,railway station, arrest, criminal, crime, jail,wanted ,New Delhi: A Delhi Police Special Cell team on Tuesday arrested a wanted criminal from Mathura railway station, police said.”The arrest of Sher Khan took place at around 4 a.m. following a tip-off,” the police said.The investigation team had received information on Khan who was to meet somebody at the railway station, police said.

Khan was a wanted under Mcoca (Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999) in a case since 2013. He was earlier arrested by the Rajasthan Police but had managed to escape while being shifted from one jail to another.


Elderly couple murdered for dollars, jewelry: SSP Kalanidhi Naithani




Lucknow: Lucknow police cracked Chowk’s double murder-loot case on Friday night. Two men, including the son of the victim’s friend, were arrested for allegedly looting and murdering an elderly couple at their residence in Sahadatganj police station area of Lucknow earlier this week.

The couple was found dead at their residence on December 12 and following a probe in the incident, police have ascertained robbery as the motive behind the incident.

Superintendent of Police, Kalanidhi Naithani on Friday said, “Two accused, 21-year-old Usman and 23-year old Akib have been arrested. On interrogation, we came to know that Usman is the son of victim’s friend”.

The couple was earlier found dead in a pool of blood on Thursday following which district police begin a probe and identified the accused using surveillance camera.

“We received information about a couple lying in a pool of blood inside their house. Immediately, the police reached the spot. Around 10 police teams actively started working to solve this case. We identified the accused based on the CCTV footage,” he added.

According to the police, Usman had hatched the plan to carry out loot at the deceased couple’s house.

“The accused looted the currency and jewelry from the couple’s residence and committed the murder,” said Naithani.

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