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Divers recover ‘evidence’ Waze threw into river

IndiaTimes Sunday, 28 March 2021
The National Investigating Agency on Sunday took arrested assistant police inspector Sachin Waze to the Mithi river in Mumbai, from where divers fished out a laptop and a cellphone belonging to him along with three hard disks, two car number plates and as many DVRs. The recorders are believed to contain footage from CCTV cameras at the Mumbai Police headquarters and the Thane housing society where Waze resides.
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