Criminal dies attempting to break in: Cops
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The victim has been identified as Sunil Sahebrao Ukirade of Adhav Girni, Ramtekdi
A 30-year-old man with a criminal record was found dead in the premises of a manufacturing unit in Hadapsar Industrial Estate on Sunday. Police suspect him to have sneaked into the factory in an attempt to break-in, when he fell down from a wall and died.
The victim identified as Sunil Sahebrao Ukirade, a resident Adhav Girni area in Ramtekdi, had been convicted in 2010 for stealing 100 kg copper rods from the premises of the same company. He is on the records of the Hadapsar and Wanawadi police under charges of thefts and break-ins.
The incident came to light after the owner of the manufacturing unit found Ukirade's body on Sunday afternoon.
Cops said the employees of the industrial unit took him to a near-by hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.
Senior inspector Raghunath Jadhav of Hadapsar police station, said, "Prima facie it seems Ukirade had entered the utensil manufacturing unit on Saturday night. Looking at the spot where his body was found, it seems that he fell down trying to enter the premises. He has sustained injuries on the back of his head."
Ukirade's brother Pappu said, the family had been telling him to mend his ways. "He left house last evening. We got to know about his death till this afternoon."
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