Byndoor Police Arrest Accused in Cattle Theft Case

Byndoor Police Arrest Accused in Cattle Theft Case

Kundapur: The Byndoor Police on July 11 arrested a person in connection with the recent cattle theft case.

The arrested has been identified as Mohammed Azeem a resident of Goliyangdir Kundapur Taluk.

According to Timmesh BN PSI Byndoor Police Station, on June 18 miscreants had stolen two cows from Daru Gaudthi’s house and three cows from Parvathi’s cattleshed at the Yelajith village in Byndoor taluk.

The Byndoor Police Station PSI Thimmesh B N and his team took the incident seriously and started a search operation. An informer from Kandlur under the Kundapur Rural Police Station limits informed the police that five cattle were spotted in Kandlur area of which he had made a video and sent it to the Byndoor Police. The Byndoor Police showed the videos to the two families who had lost their cattle. The family members confirmed the identity of the cattle. The police team led by Thimmesh immediately rushed to Kandlur and tried to arrest the culprits but they fled from the spot. The Police rescued the cattle and brought it back to Byndoor. The Kundapur Rural Police also assisted in tracing the Cattle.

The pro-hindu organations have demanded to arrest the culprits and held massive protests in Uudpi and Mangaluru.

On Thursday the police team arrested Mohammed Azeem. Search for the other accused is on.