Missing 13-year-old girl and her private guardian from Kalyan found in Uttar Pradesh
Thank you : Titwala Police have arrested a 35-year-old private tutor from Uttar Pradesh at his home using GPS tracking after 20 days of abducting his 13-year-old student from outside his home in the Manda-Titwala region in Kalyan.
Titwala Police Station officials revealed that a private guardian from the Manda-Titwala area of Kalyan abducted a 13-year-old girl from outside her residence and took her to her home village in Titwala. ‘Uttar Pradesh.
At Titwala Police Station, Deputy Inspector Pankaj Patil said: “We could not trace the accused private guardian as his mobile phone had been switched off for several days. Twenty days later, we learned that the geographical location (GPS) of the mobile teacher was in Uttar Pradesh.We arrested the accused teacher at his home with the help of the local police.
Patil added: “A 35-year-old private tutor used to have private lessons in the Titwala area where the 13-year-old girl used to go to school. The private tutor lured her into his love trap. Meanwhile, one day the victim was drying clothes in front of his house in Titwala area and from there he disappeared. The family searched for her for twenty days, but she was nowhere to be found.
While she was going to take lessons with the accused, the girl’s family learned that the private tutor had also disappeared from Titwala since that day. The family members then lodged a complaint at the Titwala police station. But the defendant’s laptop remained off for several days. Therefore, the location of the accused was not known.
Meanwhile, Sub-Inspector Pankaj Patil of Titwala Police Station discovered that the accused’s mobile phone was switched on and was located in Uttar Pradesh based on technical information.
Upon receiving this information, a police team from Titwala immediately traveled to Uttar Pradesh. The police then tracked him down based on his mobile location and arrested him and the underage girl from his residence.
The accused teacher confessed to police that he kidnapped the victim by lovingly seducing her.
Pankaj Patil said: “We have so far registered a case under Section 363 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for Kidnapping. We will conduct the medical test of her tomorrow and based on the report we will register a case. other sections under IPC. . We are investigating the matter and it is ongoing. Further details cannot be disclosed at this time.”
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Posted: Monday May 23rd 2022, 9:58 PM IST