Criminal flees from lock-up in Neemrana, held 6 hrs later | Jaipur News


ALWAR: A criminal, who was in the lock-up at Neemrana police station, fled early on Sunday. He was caught six hours later in Behror.
Mahendra Raisingh, a native of Haryana, was arrested on Saturday evening for stealing a pick-up vehicle. “Around 3am on Sunday, the accused told the sentry that he was having stomach ache and wanted to use the washroom. When the sentry opened the lock-up, Mahendra pushed the police personnel and ran away. We formed a team and immediately started a search operation and caught him after six-hour search in a village in Behror,” Neemrana DSP Lokesh Meena told TOI. Mahendra was initially arrested when he was trying to steal a vehicle but was caught by the villagers who handed him over to the police. He has a history of crime and has 34 cases registered against him in various police stations.
This is not the first time that a criminal has escaped from the lock-up. On September 6, 2019, a gangster had pulled off Bollywood-style escape from the lock-up when his accomplices broke into the police station. Since then, Papla has managed to outsmart cops though at least 23 of his gang members have been arrested. Papla, who is wanted in Haryana for five murders, was taken into custody by Behror police after he was found in possession of approximately Rs 31 lakh. When he was in the lock-up, at least 15 of his gang members barged into the police station and fired indiscriminately with AK-47s and freed the gangster. Although teams have been working to track Papla, they are yet to trace the elusive gangster.

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