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Seven dacoity accused nabbed

india Updated: Sep 10, 2006 22:03 IST
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POLICE HAVE caught seven accused involved in a major dacoity at the house of Jayantilal Jain alias Sardar in Kukshi (Dhar) on June 6 this year. The accused had committed the dacoity in broad daylight. They had come in a car (an Indica - MP-09-HB-9580) entered the house, tied both Jaynatilal Jain and his wife and looted cash and jewellery worth lakhs of rupees.

The police have recovered 450 grams of gold jewellery and around nine kg silver jewellery, worth around Rs 6 lakhs and the Indica Car used in the dacoity.

Annapurna CSP Dilip Soni and his team had managed to arrest Shantilal alias Sonu (30) resident of 54, Indira Nagar, one of those involved in the dacoity following a tip-off and then on the basis of information provided by them police also

arrested Israr alias Ganesh son of Kalusingh (27) resident of village Aavali, Kukshi, at present staying at 520, Chanduwala Road, Chandan Nagar, Indore, Jay Yadav alias Vijay son of Mahesh (24) resident of 95, Panchkuiya Bhuteshwar, Malharganj, Dinesh Sharma alias Motu son of Nathulal (26) resident of Rajnagar, Chandan Nagar, Ramesh (25) son of  Ratan resident of village Aavali, Kukshi, Nasir Khan (who drove the car) (45) resident of Nayapeetha, Bombay Bazaar and Pawan Soni (24) son of Ramanlal Soni, resident of Soni Mohalla, Dhanmandi, Kukshi.

While the first six accused had committed the dacoity, Pawan Soni had purchased the stolen goods. 

Murder solved
POLICE HAVE solved the murder of night guard Bharat Bhil, resident of Sadalpur (Dhar), whose body was found this morning
dumped in a well at the Akshardham Colony, with the arrest of two persons.

The accused are Gajju alias Gajendra (35) resident of village Kuaja, Khurel police station and Kamal Umrao (30) resident of Shanti Nagar. They had killed Bharat Bhil as they wanted his job.

Sanyogitaganj police said that this morning, the deceased’s wife came to them and said that her husband who had left his house at 9 pm last night had not returned home. When the police went to the Akshardham Colony they found some blood marks on the side of a under construction concrete road. Further up, they saw more blood marks and the body was discovered in a nearby well. The deceased’s hand and feet had been tied. His body had several stab wounds and had marks of lathi blows.

Police found that Gajju, who lived near Bharat’s house, had bloodstains on his shirt and he could not explain how those stains came about. When questioned closely, he said he and Kamal had killed Bharat last night and dumped his body in the well.