As per initial reports, 5 to 6 bike-borne miscreants intercepted the businessman near the level crossing and looted the gold ornaments and cash by resorting to blank firing.
In a shocking case, a man killed his 14-month-old baby in Karnataka's Raichur district as he felt that the child would hamper his chances of remarriage, officials said on Tuesday.
The four suspects were arrested on Monday morning, the police said, adding that the alleged incident took place on Sunday night in the Banipur Dhekeri Gaon neighbourhood of the district.
Meanwhile, a team of the Crime Branch STF has intensified probe into the seizure of Rs 41 lakh fake notes in Sonepur. Earlier, the STF had arrested one Dipak Meher in connection with the incident.
Recently, the gang had looted gold chain from a woman in Bhubaneswar. The entire act was also captured on a CCTV camera. Similar 30 snatching incidents have been reported in the past one year in Bhubaneswar.
The LOC has been issued against Liu Huan, Wenhui Zheng and Xu Xiaolu. All the three are associates of Guanhua Wang, the mastermind of the scam.
STF will add UAPA (Unlawful Activities Prevention Act) sections after getting an official forensic report as to whether these notes are of high quality or not, officials said.
The miscreants have also damaged the CCTV camera of the jewellery store and gained access by breaking the shutter and gate of the shop.
As per initial reports, fake notes with a face value of Rs 40 lakh have been recovered. Three persons have also been arrested in connection with the case. Sources said that the links of the fake note racket also spread to outside Odisha.
Police have arrested Itishree’s husband and her body has been sent for post-mortem.
Both the victim and the accused belong to a tribal community, officials said on Friday, adding that the victim's former father-in-law and his family members are the accused in the case.
The accused was arrested after a company official from Mumbai lodged a formal complaint with the police yesterday in connection with such duplicate clothes.
One of the groups wielding swords damaged three to four bikes. The miscreants initially had come to attack some local youths who had a close shave after they entered a club.
Bhubaneswar DCP, Prateek Singh had earlier informed that there was a loot of cash of around Rs 2 crore, gold ornaments and other valuables from the house of a senior citizen, Nibarana Pani.
Gangster Lawrence Bishnoi was previously housed in Delhi's Tihar Jail but was subsequently handed over to the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) in April this year. His arrest was linked to alleged drug smuggling activities with connections to Pakistan.
A man was arrested for bludgeoning his living-in partner to death with a pressure cooker in the city, police said on Monday.
The investigating agency had moved the BOI ascertaining that the top up-line members were planning to leave India and flee to Dubai/ Thailand.
Balasore SP Sagarika Nath informed that both the accused were arrested after a liquor shop owner lodged a complaint alleging that he had been duped with fake currency notes of Rs 500 denomination.
The family members of Daityaraj Nayak demanded the arrest of his murderers. Nayak, a native of Chandrasekharpur area in Bhubaneswar, was allegedly killed in 2022.
The girl narrated that she was abducted by a man in his thirties whom she had met online.