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Kalaburagi | Sunday, Jan 14 2018 IST
Miscreants set fire to 8 old cars parked infront of homes in different localities in this North Karnataka citytoday, which was abandoned and gathering dust.According to police, some unidentified persons had damaged thecars in the city when the owners parked their vehicles unattendedfor a long time.This was a case of abandoned cars being parked in the urbandistricts of Karnataka that is attracting the ire of the locals inthe urban areas.Ajaya, an eye witness staying Jayanagar locality lodged acomplaint with the University police station over the incident.Besides, he said his uncle's car was also damaged in the criminal act."We have registered the offence under section 435 (mischief byfire or explosive substance with intent to cause damage) of the theIndian penal code" University police station police officials said.Meanwhile, police are checking the CCTV footages in the area totrace the suspects, who they suspect might have set the vehicles onfire and further probe is on, the local police officer said.Such acts by elements during late night has been reported in thecity and also other urban areas in Karnataka.Police have been taking strict measures. Any such perpetratorswill be brought to books and tried in the courts in the State, thepolice official said.UNI SD RS RSS1615

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