Nagpur: Ramtek police, after painstaking investigation, succeeded in nabbing a young man who had stolen cash Rs 2.50 lakh from a rice mill in the month of June. Since then the accused has been eluding the police net.
The accused has been identified as Naresh Anklu Mahilange (21), resident of Punjaram Wadi, Dipti Signal, Nagpur. According to details, the complainant Kamalesh Purshottam Zade (33), who runs a rice mill in Chacher, had told Ramtek police that an unidentified person had stolen Rs 2.50 lakh and a mobile phone worth Rs 11,000 from drawer of a table kept at his rice mill on June 21 night. At that the Ramtek cops had registered a theft case and launched a search to nab the burglar.
During the course of investigation, Ramtek police stumbled upon many clues. Following the leads, cops detained Naresh Mahilinge as suspect and obtained his police custody remand. The accused was subjected to intense interrogation. Succumbing to grilling, the accused Naresh confessed his role in stealing the cash of Rs 2.50 lakh and the mobile phone from the rice mill of Zade on June 21 night. Cops have managed to recover the cash from the possession of Naresh.
The accused has been booked under Sections 374, 457, 380 of the IPC and taken into custody.
The success was tasted by Ramtek police team led by PSI Manohar Jangwad, head constable Umesh Thakre, NPCs Sandeep Nagose, Chetan Raut, Ajay Tiwari, constable Gorakhnath Nimbarte under the guidance of Nagpur Rural SP Shailesh Balkawde, Additional SP Narsingh Sherkhane, Ramtek SDPO Lohit Matani, Police Inspector Yogesh Pardhi, and Nagpur Cyber Cell’s Arvind Saraf.