Delhi paedophile roamed near schools for targets

NEW DELHI: A CCTV footage and a pencil sketch made on the description given by a survivor were the main clues that led the police to Sunil Rastogi, the paedophile who used to come to Delhi to commit the crime. He would travel till Ghaziabad via train from Bilaspur in Uttar Pradesh and then walk to New Ashok Nagar in east Delhi to work at a tailoring shop in the Sunday market. He would look for targets along the way.

However, Rastogi would leave after working for a few hours and start looking for girls outside schools. Police suspect that he suffers from split personality disorder.

The description of the 10-year-old survivor matched with the CCTV footage from Shiv Mandir Marg area, from where he had abducted two girls. After conducting a door-to-door search, police found that he was working with a tailor in A-Block of New Ashok Nagar, who provided his location.

During interrogation, Rastogi tried to blame the victim's parents for trying to frame him. However, he confessed to his crime when confronted with the footages and the sketch. Police said he used to wear the same clothes before committing a crime as he felt it gave him the necessary prowess.

The paedophile was arrested in his hometown Rudrapur, Uttarakhand for committing similar crimes and was out on bail. Another FIR had been lodged against him, but he had fled by then. Another case has been lodged against him in Bilaspur, Rampur district. Recently, the Ghaziabad police arrested him for theft and under the NDPS Act after he was found carrying drugs from Uttarakhand.


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