In a bid to hint the person, police personnel searched testing services, COVID care centres and even regarded for him on the Vashi creek, anticipating the worst.
- Last Updated: September 17, 2020, 9:56 AM IST
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In a weird incident, a 28-year-old married man from Maharastra’s Navi Mumbai lied to his spouse about testing optimistic for the novel coronavirus, travelled to Indore and was lastly traced by police officers. According to a report in The Times of India, the person, who’s a resident of Taloja, rang up his spouse on July 21 and informed her that he had examined optimistic for Covid-19.
Assistant commissioner of police Vinayak Vast informed the publication that the person had even claimed “he was going to die”, after which he switched off his cell phone and remained untraceable. The subsequent day, his brother-in-law found his bike mendacity abandoned in a road in Vashi space, with the keys, helmet, workplace satchel and pockets positioned in it. The man’s kin then filed a lacking particular person’s criticism on the police station.
What ensued was an elaborate chase by the police. Officials searched testing services, COVID care centres and even regarded for him on the Vashi creek, anticipating the worst, senior police inspector Sanjeev Dhumal was quoted as saying. They even tried to hint his cell phone however the effort yielded no outcome because it had been turned off.
Dhumal stated that final week, the police officers have been in a position to observe his location to Indore the place they found that he was having an extramarital affair. A group of police officers reached Indore, the place they discovered that the person had rented a spot after altering his id, the report added.
The man was then introduced again to Navi Mumbai on Wednesday, the police officer stated and was left within the custody of his spouse.