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Trigger-happy boy killed three within a week, arrested

Trigger-happy boy killed three within a week, arrested

NEW DELHI: A 19-year-old boy, accused of killing three persons including his own grandfather within a span of 7 days, has been arrested by Delhi Police. According to police, Vikas, a resident of Rohtak in Haryana was nabbed by Dwarka police after the cops were on a security alert due to elections. Police said that the accused is wanted by Haryana police for three murders in their state. One pistol and some cartridges has also been recovered from his possession.

"During interrogation, he disclosed that he belongs to Sandeep alias Kala Jathedia Gang of Haryana and he had committed three murders within a short duration of seven days along with his associates. He also disclosed that on March 7, he along with two accomplices shot dead his real grandfather Ram Pal in his Village Gaddi Kheri, Rohtak," said Anto Alphonse, DCP Dwarka.

The Delhi police was also shocked when he disclosed that he also committed two more murders one on March 9, two days after he killed his grandfather. This time he along with his accomplices murdered a bus driver, in Sonipat. Five days later, on March 14, he along with his eight accomplices, all armed with deadly weapons, committed the horrible murder of one liquor contractor Narender @ Nanda at Bhalgarh, Sonepat by firing multiple rounds on him. Sources said that these two murders were part of a gang rivalry between his group and another. The Haryana police has been informed by Delhi police about the arrest and soon they would move court to take the custody of the accused.

"He murdered his grandfather because of the property dispute as his grandfather wanted to sell the property and the accused felt it belonged to him. All the murders were committed by shooting the victims, the accused is also wanted in six other cases including Haryana and Delhi," said an officer privy to investigation.

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