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Gurugram bizman gets threatening letter related to his son's kidnapping

Gurugram bizman gets threatening letter related to his sons kidnapping

Gurugram: The Gurugram police has booked an unidentified person for allegedly sending a threatening letter to a DLF-4 resident to kidnap his 11-year-old son and kill him.

According to the police, they received a complaint from a resident of a condominium on August 30, alleging that his son's life was in danger. He also alleged his wife was being stalked.

The man said he had resumed work on June 24 after leave and received a letter written in Hindi, through the post, at his office, said police.

The suspect had allegedly shared in the letter a picture of his son taken from his wife's social media account.

The man said his wife's account cannot be accessed by anyone other than those on her friend list. The man also told the police that he lives with his wife, two sons and mother. The complainant said the suspect had also mentioned the name of a relative in Bengaluru and threatened to kidnap him too.

Shamsher Singh, the assistant commissioner of police (crime), said the complainant has given a copy of the letter to the police.

The man alleged that the letter contained abusive language, directed at his wife.

"The suspect has asked the complainant to tell his wife not to interfere in the daily routine of her colleagues. He is even aware that she uses her childhood name to log into her account," he said.

The police said the man suspected that two people are involved in it, against whom his wife had complained at work in the past. The police registered a case under Section 506 against an unidentified person.

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