The man is denounced in something like 13 cases, remembering two killings for 1998, 10 endeavors to murder and one burglary case.
Berhampur (Odisha): After having an existence on the run for north of twenty years, a 42-year-elderly person, needed in a few lawbreaker cases including two homicides, was at last trapped in his own town in Odisha’s Ganjam locale, police said on Thursday.
Following up on a hint, police got Sankar Biswal from Tulasipur town in Khallikote Police Station region on Tuesday during one of his visits to meet his family, Superintendent of Police Brijesh Rai said, adding he was functioning as an everyday compensation worker in Kerala.
He is denounced in something like 13 cases, remembering two killings for 1998, 10 endeavors to murder and one burglary case, Mr Rai said.
Prior, a few endeavors were made to capture him yet he prevailed with regards to giving the slip to the police like clockwork. A group was likewise shipped off Kerala to capture him yet neglected to accomplish their goal, the SP said.
During the 24 years of his life on the run, Biswal had filled in as an everyday pay worker in Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Surat and Kerala, Khallikote Inspector in-control Jagannath Mallick said.
Biswal, who frequently visited his town, is hitched and the dad of three youngsters, he said.
“We will check his crook records in other police headquarters too,” Mr Mallick added.
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