Fifth accused in BPO rape case arrestedDecember 7th, 2010 - 1:44 am ICT by IANS
New Delhi, Dec 7 (IANS) The fifth accused in the rape of a 30-year-old BPO employee in the capital’s Dhaula Kuan area last week was arrested Monday night, Delhi Police said.
Kamru was arrested from Sohna district of Haryana at around 9.30 p.m., police officials said.
Two accused - Shamsad and Usman - were arrested last week from Mewat in Haryana while a third accused, Shahid, surrendered to police in Faridabad in connection with another case and was later found to be involved in the Delhi rape, according to police.
A fourth accused, Iqbal, alias Bada Billi, was arrested from Fatehpur Beri in Haryana Sunday.
On Nov 23 night, the BPO staffer, a native of Mizoram, was abducted by five men and gangraped in a moving goods carrier.
She was abducted soon after being dropped along with another girl, 100 metres from her home, by her office vehicle in Dhaula Kuan area of south Delhi late at night. The men then drove all the way to Mongolpuri in north Delhi and dumped her there after raping her.
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