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Kidnappers panic, kill 10-yr-old Powai boy

DNMUM400859 | 11/15/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :352 | Mumbai



Mumbai: The Powai police has arrested two youths for allegedly kidnapping and murdering the 10-year-old son of their employer on Sunday. The suspects had abducted the boy to demand ransom from his family, but after they received a call from the boy’s dad asking about his whereabouts, they panicked and killed him. They then dumped his body in Bhayander.
The arrested duo has been identified as Amar Singh, 21, and Lalan Singh, 20. They worked for the victim’s father in his fabrication business. According to the police, they hatched the plan to get money to set up their own business. They intended to demand Rs 10 lakh as ransom, the police said.
According to the police, on November 12, the victim Ritesh Singh went missing, and
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