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Hyderabad: A man who was conning several patients and their family members by promising blood and plasma was arrested by the Hyderabad central crime station (CCS) sleuths on Friday.
CCS officials said that Sandeep Reddy, a resident of Vizianagaram in AP, used to target victims who were in urgent need for blood or plasma via WhatsApp. After collecting money he used to abscond.
Recently, the accused cheated a patient from Domalguda. “In the past too, the accused allegedly cheated several persons during pandemic. In 2020, he was booked in seven different cases,” the CCS sleuths said. Sandeep was earlier convicted in three different cases and after coming out of jail, he again continued cheating people to make money. tnn
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