Bengaluru Man Abducts 9-Year-Old To Make Quick Money After Suffering Loss In Business

Police said that the accused was having a cloud kitchen business in which he was selling customised food, but he suffered losses, and later wanted to make some quick money due to which he committed the crime.
Representative Image: Police Arrested Man For Kidnapping

Representative Image: Police Arrested Man For Kidnapping

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Bengaluru: After suffering losses in his business, a 24-year-old man kidnapped a 9-year-old boy to make quick money in Bengaluru’s electronic city. The police have identified the accused as Mohammad Jashimuddin Sheikh, 24-year-old, who lured the boy with a cake and then kidnapped him. He then demanded a ransom money of Rs 10 lakhs from the boy’s parents if they wanted their child back home safely, a news18 report said.
The incident took place on June 17, Monday, when the 9-year-old was having fun with his friends near his house after his tuition classes. The accused approached the boy and convinced him to come along by telling him that it was his birthday and he would give him cake and other eatables too.
Adding to the details of the incident, police said that the accused and the boy walked for 600 metre and then booked a bike ride. Later, he waited till the sun went down and booked two more rides to abduct the child and took him to his flat in the dark. Both the boy and the accused were found in an apartment in electronic city. The accused was also familiar to the boy.
On the complaint of the boy’s father, police formed a team to arrest the accused. CK Baba, DCP South said that the accused tried hard to play extra smart by using two phones. He did this to make sure that he could save himself from the police. the DCP added. He also added that working on the complaint, a police team immediately began to search the accused and rescued the child from the accused’s flat. The arrest was made within 13 hours after the filing of the complaint.
Police said that the accused was having a cloud kitchen business in which he was selling customised food, but he suffered losses, and later wanted to make some quick money due to which he committed the crime.
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