Two killed in separate accidents

Selva and Gurumurthy were run over by private vehicles

 
Police said Selva (45), a resident of Suddaguntepalya in Madivala was run over by a private bus on Sunday morning. Selva, who ran a motorbike repair shop in Cubbonpet was crossing the road at about 7.20 am when the accident took place.

Though he was rushed to a private hospital, the doctors could not save his life.
In another incident at Chikkajala, Gurumurthy (23) died, when a truck hit his motorbike on Saturday night.

 The pillion rider Gangadhar sustained serious injuries and has been admitted to a private hospital in the City.

Two houses burgled

Thieves struck at a house in N P Lane, Cottonpet and fled with jewellery worth Rs 80,000 on Saturday.  The theft took place when the owner, Dinesh Kumar, had gone to a pooja with his family members.

In another theft on October 15, thieves burgled a house in Fifth Block, KHB Colony, Koramangala and made away with Rs 60,000 cash and 60 gram jewellry. The theft took place when house owner, Sandeep had gone to Mumbai to celebrate Diwali.
Sandeep’s neighbour, Bhaskar, called up Sandeep the next day and informed him that his house was open.

Vehicle thieves nabbed

The Hanumanthnagar police has arrested one person in connection with theft of vehicles and recovered three bikes worth Rs 75,000. The accused L K Ashok (26) of Kabalammanapalya in Kumbalgodu had stolen the bikes parked in front of houses during night using duplicate keys. He was arrested while attempting to sell a stolen bike near Hanumanthnagar bus stop.

In another case, the Basavanagudi police arrested Srinivas of Hosur Road, Vegananda of Bangarpet and Shankar of Prabhu Layout and recovered one auto rickshaw, 11 bikes and two gas cylinders.

They had stolen the vehicles from Siddapura, Basavanagudi, Parappana Agrahara, Srinivasapura, Hebbugodi and Sarjapura.

Dacoity averted

The K G Halli police averted a dacoity by arresting three persons. The accused are Palani (32) of K G Halli, Santosh (23) of Horamavu and Chandrashekhar (25) of Subbaiahanapalya. 

On a tip off, the police surrounded them in Ramadeva Garden. The police recovered lethal weapons and chilli power chits from them.

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