Fan of snakes and skulls, he robbed & killed to get inked

The Times of India (New Delhi edition) - - TIMES CITY -

New Delhi: He wears his crim­i­nal life on his sleeves, lit­er­ally. Fond of snakes and skulls, this crim­i­nal has used most of the money robbed by him to get unique tat­toos on his body, with his left hand be­ing en­tirely cov­ered with them. He was ar­rested by the crime branch on Thurs­day night with arms and am­mu­ni­tion.

Vicky has more than 50 cases of armed rob­beries against him, in­clud­ing 19 cases of mur­der, at­tempt to mur­der, mo­tor ve­hi­cle thefts and rob­beries in Delhi and Haryana. A re­ward of Rs 25,000 was also

The ac­cused has more than 50 cases of armed rob­beries against him, in­clud­ing 19 cases of mur­der, at­tempt to mur­der, mo­tor ve­hi­cle thefts and rob­beries in Delhi and Haryana

de­clared by the po­lice for in­for­ma­tion about him.

“He went into hid­ing af­ter a team was formed to track him. In July this year Vicky had dragged his ri­val Rahul out of his house in Swa­roop Na­gar and stabbed him to death,” said Joy Tirkey, DCP (crime).

On Thurs­day night po­lice re­ceived in­for­ma­tion that Vicky will come to Ro­hini to meet some­one. A trap was laid and when Vicky ar­rived on a scooty, a po­lice team in­ter­cepted him. Vicky tried to open fire from a coun­try made pis­tol but was over­pow­ered by of­fi­cers. Pis­tols and sev­eral rounds were re­cov­ered from him. Vicky later told po­lice that he was fas­ci­nated with tat­toos and spent most of his booty on get­ting his body inked from ex­pen­sive shops in south and cen­tral Delhi. Most of his tat­toos were re­lated to snakes and skulls.

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