Navi Mumbai: A two-and-a-half-year-old boy, Sai Ravindra Patil, is missing from his maternal uncle’s house at Pendhar village in Taloja since Thursday evening. A resident of Palaspa, Panvel, the boy and his mother had come to his uncle’s house on Tuesday for a village fair. On Thursday evening, after he was not to be seen anywhere, the family and villagers started looking for him and registered a first information report with the Taloja police at around 11.30 pm.
Navi Mumbai: Eleven months after an FIR was filed with the Vashi police, the Economic Offences Wing has arrested a constable attached to Pune police station, and his friend, in connection with a cheating case of 350 acres of land in Panvel. “Constable Devdutt More and realtor Avinash Deshmukh were nabbed in Pune on Wednesday and Thursday,” Tushar Doshi, Deputy Commissioner of Police, Crime Branch, said on Friday. Mr. More has not been serving duty for the last nine years.
Navi Mumbai: The Kalamboli police has registered a Non-Cognisable (NC) offence against an unidentified miscreant who threw stones at St. Sebastian Church, Sector 8, Kalamboli, Navi Mumbai, and at Jyoti Health Centre at Sector 11, run by the church. The glass casing of grotto of Mother Mary at the church, and the metal frame of grotto of Jesus at the health centre were damaged. “On Friday evening when the prayers were going on, we heard someone throwing a stone but we did not go to check.
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