Mumbai Crime: Engineer held for sending vulgar messages

Updated: Sep 06, 2019, 07:56 IST | Anurag Kamble

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the accused was sending such messages to 10 other women also

Ramesh Injamuri
Ramesh Injamuri

The Tardeo police have arrested a 27-year-old hardware engineer for sending vulgar messages and pictures to a 29-year-old married woman.

Preliminary investigations have revealed that the accused was sending such messages to 10 other women also. The accused, Ramesh Injamuri, has been remanded in police custody by court till September 9.

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The complainant received a vulgar message on her Facebook messenger in June. She ignored it but in August she started getting pictures too.

She and her husband then complained to the police after she found two morphed pictures of herself on her timeline. The police traced the accused and arrested him. They found he had worked in the same office as the complainant. "Injamuri used to like the complainant, but never asked her out. Then he started messaging her," said a police officer.

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Police said Ramesh has confessed to sending such messages to the complainant.

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No. of other women to whom the accused sent similar messages

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