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    In Hyderabad, the Miyapur Police arrested five people for robbing a taxi driver and stealing his vehicle near the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) in Shamshabad. The incident occurred a few days ago.

    The accused approached cab driver Bonthe Vijay Kumar on the night between March 13 and March 14 while he was waiting for passengers along KPHB main road. They hired the cab from Miyapur to RGIA in Shamshabad. As they neared the airport, the accused abducted the driver and drove the vehicle to Malkapuram near Choutuppal. They then pushed out the driver and fled with his car.

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    A week later, the driver filed a complaint with the Miyapur police. The police took five people into custody, along with their accomplice, and also recovered the stolen car.

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    The arrested individuals were identified as Balagani Nancharaiah, Pittu Nagieddy, Singoti Sivanagaraju, Kesana Shiva, and Bodi Subba Raju. They were all residents of Andhra Pradesh. The recipient of the stolen vehicle, Jupudi Bepeshwar Rao from Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, was also taken into custody by the police.

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    Following an investigation, it was found that Sivanagaraju, Nancharaiah, and Nagieddy had previously been involved in multiple murder cases in Andhra Pradesh, as well as similar car thefts. They were handed over to the courts for further legal proceedings.

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