Cops go to Kerala for psycho killer
By Express News Service - NELLORE
05th August 2012 09:34 AM
A team of Andhra Pradesh police has visited Kollam in Kerala and collected details of dreaded psycho killer Antony.
The team led by inspector Abdul Kareem returned to Nellore on Saturday. State police are looking for Antony, one of the suspects in the killing of three RTC bus passengers and injuring another near Nellore in the wee hours of July 26.
Antony is also wanted by Kerala police in connection with several cases, including the murder of a police constable during night patrolling at Paripalli a month ago.
The Kerala police issued a lookout notice for Antony, which was published in newspapers in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu as well. Based on this, state police have gathered some leads, sources said.
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