Thane: A trader in Thane’s Dombivli in Maharashtra was kidnapped for Rs 50 lakh ransom on Wednesday. Thane district police have now arrested four people in relationship with the kidnapping, law enforcement stated on Friday.
The 4 accused have been determined as Sandeep Dyandeo Rokde (39), Sanjay Ramkisan Vishwakarma (39), Darmadz Ambadas Kamble (36) and Roshan Ganpat Sawant (40). All of them are people of Dombivli.
The trader has been discovered as Himmat Nahar, a plywood trader. He was rescued hours afterwards, mentioned a senior inspector from Manpada police station in Dombivli, according to a report in PTI.
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Law enforcement explained Vishwakarma, who is a carpenter, is a prime accused in the case. He acquired plywood from Nahar for Rs 3 lakh. Telling Nahar that he will make the payment from an ATM, the accused took him to an ATM kisok.
Vishwakarma then informed Nahar that the ATM was not working and took him to a different ATM in a automobile and allegedly kidnapped him. Police stated the accused later in the night time gave a connect with to Nahar’s relatives and demanded Rs 50 lakh ransom.
The loved ones promptly knowledgeable police and a team was fashioned to nab the accused. The accused questioned the spouse and children to carry funds in close proximity to a tunnel at Gotehar village on Mumbai-Agra Highway. The policemen accompanied the victim’s nephew in informal dress.
All through the rescue procedure, police managed to arrest three individuals from the place. The fourth accused, who was guarding the trader, was also arrested from a residence. The fifth accused managed to flee using benefit of the darkness.