Hyderabad: Four Inmates For Tricking Man With Gold Corporate FB Position Hyderabad News
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HYDERABAD: Four fraudsters involved in an alleged distraction case were arrested and police recovered Rs 20 lakhs in their possession.
Kachiguda police arrested Md Rafeeq Ibrahim Kalburgi, 45, used car salesman from Karnataka, B Srinivas, 55, real estate agent from Maharashtra, R Panduranga Rao alias Reddy, 53, real estate agent from ‘Andhra Pradesh, and Ms. Anvesh Kumar, 32 years old. a private employee of Mancherial. All of the accused have criminal backgrounds.
In the past, according to police, the defendants have been duped by others in cases of counterfeit money and treasures. About a month ago, Md Abdul Afroz, a laboratory technician from Mallepally, saw a message on Facebook from Vikas Gautham of Delhi offering gold at a lower price, said Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani. Kumar. Vikas agreed to provide a kilo of gold for Rs 42 lakh and told Afroz to contact Amith Patel from Mumbai. Patel in turn put Afroz in touch with Panduranga Rao aka Reddy. Afroz met Reddy and Srinivas aka Mukesh on several occasions in Mehdipatnam and Nacharam, where they showed him golden cookies.
On October 25, Afroz took Reddy and Anvesh to his room in Nimboliadda and showed them Rs 42 lakh in cash. Reddy took Rs 38.5 lakh in cash and kept it in a bag and told Afroz he got Rs 3.5 lakh discount. Afterward, Reddy pretended he forgot the key to the briefcase containing the gold and told Afroz that he would pick up the key and come with the gold. On leaving the room, the accused exchanged the bag of money for a similar bag containing packages of paper, police said.