The day she joined an elderly woman as a maid, the Maya Lady, who robbed 23 coins of gold jewellery worth Rs 8.60 lakh, was arrested by the Amalapuram police and recovered all the property that was robbed from her. Palacharla Ananthalakshmi, an 80-year-old woman who is paralyzed in a paralysis in Amalapuram Kalvakolustreet, came to the red Mary Sunita as a maid for the sake of the saparva. The day of arrival, the third day of this month, after midnight, is known to be with gold jewellery. The 42-year-old Mary Sunita, who was involved in the theft as a maid, was identified as a resident of Therthantavillage of Guntur district. After the theft, two police teams who went to Vijayawada and Hyderabad chased her and arrested her and seized the property. Mary Sunita was placed as a maid at Ananthalakshmi in Amalapuram through the Vijayawada Srinivasa Home Care Service Center. Mary Sunita was arrested at the RTC bus station at Amalapuram at 9 am on Thursday. DSP Y Madhava Reddy and urban CISK Bajilal showed the gold jewellery worth Rs 8.60 lakh from her at a press conference at the local town police station and revealed the details
DSP Madhava Reddy said that Mary Sunita was a criminal in the past few years to join the rich elderly as a maid and steal the mask. In this way, she is accused of 11 cases in Hyderabad and two cases in Visakhapatnam. He said that in three cases of these 13 cases, he was sentenced to jail. The CI Bajilal team recovered the gold in just two days as much gold as she had been stolen in connection with the Amalapuram theft case. Mary Sunita has been caught with the help of technology based on the cell phone number. In this case, DSP Madhava Reddy, In-charge DSP Padala Muralikrishna Reddy, CI Bajilal, Urban Essays M.A.Babu, K Chiranjeevi, District IT Core Crime Asseco M. Osman, Head Constable Mamillapalli Subba Raju, Constables Malladi Haribabu, Ramesh Babu, Veerababu, Nagendra Babu, M Murthy and CH Madhavi were congratulated by district SP Adnan Naeem Asmi.