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Kidnap gang busted

Six-year boy rescued

Hyderabad, February 10, 2007

The Special Operation Team of the Cyberabad Police arrested an eight-member gang involved in the kidnapping of a six-year-old boy on Saturday. The police also recovered Rs. 9.6 lakh of the Rs. 10 lakh ransom paid to them by the boy's father.

According to police sources, The Cyberabad Police Commissioner S. Prabhakar Reddy said that the kingpin S. Vijaya Kumar came in contact with the realtor while they were working at a software firm in Kompally. Later, both left the firm and Raju took the real estate business while Vijay Kumar began conducting karate classes at Jeedimetla. He formed a gang and planned to abduct people for ransom.

On January 29, he along with his gang abducted the boy K. Satish, took him to Khammam district, and started calling the father Raju demanding Rs. 20 lakhs. When the accused threatened to kill the boy, Raju gave Rs. 10 lakhs but even then, they have not released. Only, on Saturday, did they drop him at his school.

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