Revealed: How culprits executed Hyderabad bomb blasts

Hyderabad blasts
Hyderabad, Feb 23: Hours within twin bomb blasts in Hyderabad, police seem to have tracked some of the suspects who are allegedly seen in executing the terror plans.

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) camera footage, which were collected from the traffic signal near the blast site in Dilsukhnagar, captured movements of five men who allegedly had planted explosives at the blast sites.

According to police sources, a man seems to be in his early 30s was seen reaching near the site on a bi-cycle. A bag was hung on his cycle. The suspect reached the place ten minutes before the first blast at Anand Tiffin Centre in front of Konark theatre at 6:38 pm. The second blast occurred few metres away at 7:01 pm.

However, the face of the suspects are not clear in the footage, hence the police has sought help of experts, sources said. Meanwhile, the investigating group also announced reward between Rs 2 lakh to Rs 5 lakh to those who will provide any information regarding the suspects.

Police officials earlier were quoted as saying, "We are examining the images at the moment. The pictures are not too clear, but we should be able to get something out of it."

Total 16 people were killed and over 100 people were injured in the twin blasts on Thursday, Feb 21. A team of investigators reportedly would visit Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand soon to nab few other suspects.

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