The complainant instructed the police that the accused stayed in the home for one-and-a-half hours pretending to conduct an investigation.
A gaggle of conmen, posing as Earnings Tax officers, entered a home in Hyderabad and decamped with 3 kg of gold ornaments and Rs 2 lakh money. The incident occurred on Monday, December 13, in Gachibowli police station limits below Cyberabad Police Commissionerate, police stated on Tuesday, December 14. A lady lodged a grievance with the police that 5 individuals got here to her house in Nanakramguda on Monday afternoon, launched themselves as IT officers and instructed her that that they had come to conduct a search.
Bhagyalakshmi instructed police that believing them, she handed over the keys of the cabinets and locker. They had been current in the home for one-and-a-half hours to provide an impression that they had been conducting an investigation and took away 3 kg of gold ornaments and Rs 2 lakh money. The lady later realised that she was cheated and lodged a grievance with the police. A police officer stated they registered a case and had been scanning CCTV footage from the realm to establish the culprits.
Earlier in April, an 22-year-old engineering pupil was arrested in Mancherial for allegedly dishonest 29 individuals of Rs 80 lakh by posing as an IAS officer and promising them authorities jobs. In keeping with the police, Barla Laxminarayana, a third-year B Tech pupil, would introduce himself as a Joint Collector in Mancherial district and cheat individuals. The accused would promise unemployed those who he might get them a authorities job if they might spend Rs 3-5 lakh. He collected Rs 80 lakh with which he purchased two automobiles, a motorbike and a home, police stated.
One other man was arrested by the Hyderabad police in March, for allegedly impersonating Telangana Chief Minister Ok Chandrasekhar Rao’s private assistant and duping a number of individuals to the tune of Rs 3 crore. The accused A Sudhakar had duped between 80 to 100 individuals by assuring them of presidency housing allotments, police division jobs and gold at cheaper charges, police stated.