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Mangaluru police requests public help in nabbing pro-terror graffiti culprits


Team Udayavani, Nov 30, 2020, 8:34 AM IST

Mangaluru: After two pro-terror graffitis were found in the city in three days, the police here have sought the help of the general public to catch the culprits involved in this anti-social act.

The police had issued a statement regarding the incidents stating that a case has already been registered against the unknown miscreants.

They have also provided phone numbers – 9480802304, 9480802305 and 0824-2220800 – for city’s residents to call and detail any information they have regarding the incidents.

The police have also roped in forensic experts for the investigation and have increased night patrols in the city.

On November 27 and 29 graffitis were found in an apartment’s compound wall in Kadri and in the city’s court premises respectively stating that help will be sought from Lashkar-e-Taiba and Taliban and those insulting Prophet Mohammed must be beheaded.

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