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Ambani Bomb scare case: CCTV footage of Sachin Vaze's society is missing

Sachin Vaze lives in the Saket Complex in Thane. A total of 51 CCTV cameras are installed in his society complex. Mumbai Police officials of Vaze’s team had come down to the society on March 2 and took the CCTV footage of the camera feeds away with them.

Ambani Bomb scare case: CCTV footage of Sachin Vaze's society is missing
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A day after Mumbai police’s encounter specialist was suspended in connection with the Antilia Bomb scare case, it has come to light that the CCTV footage of Sachin Vaze’s society had gone missing.

According to the reports, the officials of Mumbai Police had confiscated CCTV footage from Sachin Vaze’s society on March 2 itself, three days before Mansukh Hiren was found dead on the banks of a creek that flows towards Mumbra from Thane.

Sachin Vaze lives in the Saket Complex in Thane. A total of 51 CCTV cameras are installed in his society complex. Mumbai Police officials of Vaze’s team had come down to the society on March 2 and took the CCTV footage of the camera feeds away with them.

The report further stated that Vaze had written a letter to the society in the name of his friend to procure the video footage. The letter is currently in possession of the NIA. The letter said the footage was needed for an inquiry into the Ambani case and was signed by Waze, sources said.

In the preliminary investigation by the NIA, it has been reportedly found that Vaze had tried to destroy the CCTV footage of the society. It also revealed that Vaze not only tried to destroy the CCTV footage but also the digital video recorder of the CCTV cameras. Many of the DVRs that were in Vaze’s possession have been found in damaged condition, the report said.

Earlier, Vaze had visited a shop that makes number plates and took away all digital evidence containing details of visitors and the register of orders.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had arrested the Assistant Police Inspector on Saturday, March 13. The officer is in NIA custody till March 25.

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