Six-Member Gang of Habitual Temple Offenders Arrested

Hyderabad, July 12 : The sleuths of CCS Shamshabad team have made strenuous efforts and arrested six Inter-State habitual Temple offenders gang led by Naguluri Adinarayana who have committed 50 Temple offences in the limits of Cyberabad Commissionerate, Vikarabad, Mahababoobnagar, Narayanpet, Wanaparthi, Nagarkurnool & Gadwal (Jogulamba) districts of Telangana State, Kadapa &; Chittoor of Andhra Pradesh and Chikkaballapur & Kolar of Karnataka State.

The Police recovered from them 60 Grams Gold ornaments worth Rs. 2 Lakhs , 3 KGs 26 Grams silver ornaments worth Rs. 1.25 Lakhs, Three Motor Cycles, five mobiles of accused persons.

The accused persons are: NaguluriAdinarayana @ Adi@ Narayana; Naguluri Eashwaraiah @ ChinnaVenkatswamy; Gurunadam Anjaneyulu; Naguluri Yesaiah @ Yesob @ Yesu @ Kalyan; Naguluri YesuRatnam @ Teja @ Yesaiah; and Naguluri Anjaiah @ AnjiAll r/o KothaMadhavaram (V) Onitmitta (M) Kadapa dist.

Gang Members are using Motorcycles for their transportation to different places to commit temple offences in the night time. They take shelter at outskirts of villages/town by erecting temporary huts by the road side or open area and stay with families. During day time their women family members go to villages/colonies and bring hair from women, giving steel utensils in exchange.

Main offender of this gang Naguluri Adinarayna and his brother Naguluri Eashwaraiah are ex-offenders and they were arrested from Kadapa town PSs in the year 2017 in Temple offences, House breaking cases. Main offender Naguluri Adinarayana was released from central prison Kadapa, in month of May -2018. His brother Eashwaraiah was released in Feb-2018. After releasing from jail both formed as a gang with their relatives and started committing temple offences for their personal gain and lavish expenditure

(NSS)

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