AP murder accused held at Mumbai airport after Interpol alert
Hyderabad: An accused in a murder allegedly committed in Vizianagaram district of Andhra Pradesh, against whom the Interpol had issued a look out circular, was detained by Mumbai airport immigration authorities when he tried to fly abroad, a senior police officer said here on Wednesday.
Immigration authorities informed Andhra Pradesh police about Manavelti Guruprasad`s detention and a police team has been sent to Mumbai to take him to Vizianagaram district, CID Additional Director General of Police T Krishna Prasad said.
On August 25, 2011 the Judicial Magistrate of First Class Court at Salur issued a non-bailable warrant against Guruprasad, who is an accused in the murder of a 19-year-old youth, according to a case registered at Ramabhadrapuram police station in Vizianagaram district.
Allegedly, one Anoop Krishna was killed by the accused B Vidhya Sagar, who conspired with Guruprasad to kill him for allegedly having teased Guruprasad`s wife, the CID officer said.
Apprehending that he may leave the country, the CID got the Interpol to issue a look out notice against Guruprasad for his alleged involvement in the case.
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