BANGALORE – A person has been arrested for stealing greater than 120 tv units from lodges throughout southern India over a four-month interval.
A senior police officer advised BBC Hindi’s Imran Qureshi that lodge workers by no means suspected
Vasudev Nanaiah, described by the lodge workers as a “first rate and well-behaved” visitor, was caught stealing a TV from a lodge in October and was out on bail when arrested once more.
He was caught after the person to whom he allegedly tried to promote the tv units knowledgeable the police.
Bangalore police have filed 21 circumstances of theft and are hoping for an extended jail time period.
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Mr Nanaiah would stroll out and in of the lodge on some pretext so many instances that the lodge reception wouldn’t realise when he had walked out with the TV set by no means to return, Deputy commissioner of police Chetan Singh Rathor advised the BBC Hindi.
If Mr Nanaiah’s suitcase was too small, “he would assess the dimensions of the TV set within the room and get a brand new one”, the DCP added.
A courtroom will resolve whether or not he requires a psychiatric analysis.