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Police suspect more children kidnapped

DNAHM130239 | 9/12/2019 | Author : Sharadkumar | WC :288 | Crime & Law



Putting an end to child trafficking menace, Mahila crime branch officials on Sunday arrested the main accused Betab aka Shivam Salat, a resident of Lonavala in Maharastra, for kidnapping four minor girls from Surat and forcing them to beg, steal in Ahmedabad.
While investigating this case, officials suspect that the gang was running the racket from the past seven years and there is a possibility that the gang has kidnapped more children in the past.
During interrogation, it was also revealed that the accused was living in Lonavala and a small-time drug dealer. He used to get the stuff from Pune and sell them in Lonavala.
Mini Joseph, ACP of Mahila Crime branch said, "During the interrogation, the accused confess
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