Hyderabad Police releases more pictures of accused in Saidabad rape case

Hyderabad Police on Wednesday released more photographs of the accused in the rape and murder of a six-year-old girl in Saidabad's Singareni Colony. After five days of tireless efforts in search of the accused, the city police has sought the help of the public. In a statement issued on Wednesday, Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anjani Kumar said that despite the efforts of the police, the accused, suspected to be a 30-year-old man, is still absconding. In view of this, any person who is able to inform about his arrest will get a reward of Rs 10 lakh.

Hyderabad Police has also announced the descriptive details of the person, which will make it easier for the public to identify him. According to the police, the man is about 30 years old, his height is about 5.9 feet and he has long hair, which he ties. He was also seen wearing a red scarf and cap on his head, and usually wears a formal shirt and pants. The man also has tattoos on both hands that say "Mounika". He is also known to often sleep at bus stands and on footpaths, the police said in a statement.

To expedite the investigation, the police released more photographs of the accused to identify him, making it easier for the public to apprehend him. People can give information on mobile number 9490616366 or 9490616627.

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