A police staff led by Sub Inspector Aneesh Vadakkedathu from Valayam station tracked down a 33-year-old man hailing from Chekkiad village in Kozhikode who was reportedly lacking after his arrival on the Kannur Worldwide Airport from Qatar on June 15.
V.P. Rijesh, who was suspected to be a goal of a gold smugglers’ gang within the wake of the newest abduction circumstances, appeared earlier than Inspector A. Ajeesh on Monday on the directions of a particular investigation squad that managed to seek out his hideout in Bengaluru with the assist of the Cyber Cell.
In keeping with police sources, the youth who denied abduction try by anybody had gone into hiding as he was unable to repay almost ₹6 lakh to his collectors. He was leaving for Bengaluru after a two-week stick with a pal at Iritty in Kannur district, they mentioned.
The police intensified seek for him on a criticism filed by his brother on August 6. It was later discovered that the youth was in contact with a few of his shut members of the family over telephone. Although his family members refused to just accept the discovering of the police initially, the Cyber Cell uncovered the “hide-and-seek sport” with strong proof.
The particular squad grilled 15 individuals, together with family members and mates of Rijesh. The case was registered below Part 57 (Police to try to find lacking individuals) of the Kerala Police Act. It was additionally discovered that there have been deliberate efforts on the a part of some individuals to cowl up his secret keep in Bengaluru and mislead the police.
Rijesh was later produced earlier than the Nadapuram Judicial First Class Justice of the Peace Court docket-I on completion of authorized formalities and medical check-up. He was allowed to go residence the identical day as there have been no prison prices in opposition to him at any police stations until date, the police mentioned.
On the progress of the investigation into the continuing lacking circumstances, District Police Chief (Kozhikode Rural) R. Karuppasamy mentioned the investigation into the lacking of Meppayur native Deepak was in progress below the management of a Particular Investigation Staff (SIT).