private detective


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Delhi Police constable Arvind Dabbas used to give Jaitley's call details to private detective Neeraj who used to then pass it on to Anurag and his Nitish.
After Daniel's murder police discounted the theory that the private detective had been the victim of an opportunist thief.
The profits have been going down despite good sale orders, and Sandeep now wants this investigated by a private detective agency.
The private detective had been repeatedly struck with an axe and the weapon left embedded in his head.
London, August 2 (ANI): Amy Winehouse has reportedly roped in a private detective to spy on former husband Blake Fielder-Civil.
KERRY Katona has hired a private detective to find out if a bus driver is her long lost dad.
Worcester Crown Court was told Rees, who became a private detective after taking early retirement, recruited Bottrill, then a serving officer, to trace car owners and check criminal records for him.
Former Prime Minister Harold Wilson hired a private detective to trail his Cabinet colleague, the so-called "Spymaster General" former Dudley MP George Wigg, it was claimed yesterday.
FRANCISCO Marco, the private detective leading the hunt for Madeleine McCann, claims he knows who kidnapped her and he can have her home for Christmas.
A WARWICK policeman and the private detective he is alleged to have passed information to have been committed to crown court for trial.
She revealed it was her who asked the private detective to take photographs of Mrs Eames and Mr Parfitt having sex.
IS this private detective raising hopes unrealistically when he says he'll get Maddie back by Christmas?
So they decide to hire a private detective who opens a disturbing Pandora's box and embarks on a hellish journey through an underworld dealing in the trade of children.
He is now to play a private detective who cheats at cards in Dirty Work, a BBC comedy drama scripted by Birds Of A Feather creators Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran.