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A guard was killed after seeing fish stolen in the fence, 1 was arrested

A guard was killed after seeing fish stolen in the fence, 1 was arrested
A guard was killed after seeing fish stolen in the fence, 1 was arrested

A security guard, Abdur Razzak (45), was strangled to death after spotting fish theft in Bagerhat. After the murder, the body of the deceased was thrown into the canal, the police said. The nephew of the enclosure owner was arrested in this incident.

Additional Superintendent of Police Mahamud Hasan gave this information in a press briefing at Bagerhat Model Police Station on Wednesday (21 September).

Earlier on Tuesday night, the police arrested Abdullah Hawladar (28), the nephew of Shaukat Ali, the owner of the enclosure, who was involved in the murder. He admitted in the initial interrogation that he killed the guard of the fence after seeing the fish stolen.

The murder took place in Beshargati village of Bishnupur union of Sadar upazila in the vicinity of Shaukat Ali. Locals recovered the body of the person from the Kuchibga canal of the upazila on Tuesday morning.

The deceased Abdur Razzak Sheikh is the son of Rustam Ali Sheikh of Koekha village of Bishnupur Union.

Additional Superintendent of Police Mahmud Hasan said, Abdullah was caught by Razzak while stealing fish with a net. When he tried to catch him and bring him to the owner of the enclosure, he strangled Razzak to death. Later, the body was floated in the canal for disappearance.

He said that he has been sent to the court after filing a murder case against Abdullah.

AH


The article is in Bengali

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