Man Steals Police Patrol Bike in Hyderabad, Police Nab him in 40 MinsAugust 29, 2019 14:20
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In a bizarre incident, a 20-year-old man ran away with a police patrol bike which was parked outside Chaderghat police station in Hyderabad as two-member patrol team left keys in the bike.
The man identified as Kanaka Madhu, a native of Suryapet, was passing by station and noticed the keys. Subsequently, he sped away with the bike at midnight on Tuesday.
However, as soon as Rachakonda police were alerted about the vehicle being stolen, they caught the bike thief and handed over to the law and order office.
The police tracked the bike with the help of General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) tracker system which was fitted in the vehicle, they tracked the bike and alerted the Rachakonda police on the walkie-talkie about the vehicle traveling towards them.
“The vehicle was coming from Uppal and the accused was headed to Khammam district,” according to police.
LB Nagar Traffic Police Sub-Inspector K Narasimhulu who was regulating the traffic along with constables M Arun and Ravinder received an alert. “After receiving information through a wireless set, we stopped the two-wheeler and handed Madhu over to the law and order police. Madhu said he was headed to Khammam,” Narasimhulu told The Hindu.
The case under IPC Section 379 (Punishment for theft) was registered against the man. During the questioning, Madhu did not give a proper answer to the police as to why he stole the vehicle.
Meanwhile, Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh Bhagwat gave a cash reward to the three police personnel who nabbed the accused.