Bangalore ATM attack: Police tracks victim’s phone in AP
The Karnataka police managed to get a major breakthrough in the investigation into the horrific Bangalore ATM attack case when they traced the mobile phone, snatched from the woman victim, in Andhra Pradesh. The investigators zeroed in on the possible location based on the information culled out from the mobile tower at an undisclosed location in Andhra Pradesh.
Police sources say they hope the clue would help them close in on the assailant, who attacked Jyothi Uday, manager of Corporation bank when she went to the ATM to withdraw money on Tuesday.
Soon after the attack on 44-year old woman, eight teams of police had been formed and one of the team had been to tracking the victim’s mobile the accused had taken away with him.
After tracing the mobile tower location in Andhra Pradesh, the police picked up a person who confessed to have purchased the mobile from the accused.
The person, who bought the mobile, gave some leads about the accused upon questioning. Based on these leads, police are closing in on him. The person, who bought mobile from the accused has been brought to Bangalore for further inquiry.