Hyderabad: Students lured into robbery

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 29, 2018, 2:08 am IST
Updated Oct 29, 2018, 2:08 am IST
Madhapur police booked a degree student for burglary in July and recovered items worth Rs 23 lakh from him.
“He roams about in posh localities on his bike and enters the premises on different pretexts, breaks the lock with a rod and scoots away after looting the valuables from the house,” said Madhapur Police Inspector, Y. Nageshwar Rao. (Representional Image)
 “He roams about in posh localities on his bike and enters the premises on different pretexts, breaks the lock with a rod and scoots away after looting the valuables from the house,” said Madhapur Police Inspector, Y. Nageshwar Rao. (Representional Image)

Hyderabad: A majority of the offenders in phone-snatching cases are young, police said, adding that they do it simply because they want to earn easy money. The installation of CCTV cameras is helping the police to some extent 

Madhapur police booked a degree student for burglary in July and recovered items worth Rs 23 lakh from him. “He roams about in posh localities on his bike and enters the premises on different pretexts, breaks the lock with a rod and scoots away after looting the valuables from the house,” said Madhapur Police Inspector, Y. Nageshwar Rao.

 

“The police department alone cannot control this. Constables cannot be placed at each and every colony. Practically it is tough. Parents and teachers should counsel and speak to youngsters about adverse effects of crimes. They are committing these crimes out of ignorance. It should be considered as a social crime and not as a regular offence. Because once a case is registered against a youngster, his career and future will be ruined,” said a senior police official.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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