Agartala: In a shocking incident in the Dhalai district of Tripura, a 17-year-old boy allegedly killed four people including his mother and sister. 
The minor was reportedly addicted to drugs and plotted to kill his mother and sister. He ended up taking two more lives in an effort to hide the crime, the police said.

The heinous incident happened in the Durai Shibbari area of Dhalai's Kamalpur on November 5. The details were revealed after the accused was apprehended from the district's Halahali area on Sunday morning while trying to flee.

The teenager always fought with his sister and believed that she didn't like him. His relationship with their mother also derailed as she always took the girl's side during the fights. A police source as saying. Upset, the minor decided to murder them both.

The boy watched the crime anthology series "Crime Patrol" to

commit the double murder sans any trace. On Saturday, he hit his mother on the head repeatedly while she was taking her afternoon nap, the news report said. He murdered his sister next with the same stick used to attack the mother. The accused put on loud music to make sure no screams were heard outside, the police said.

However, a 70-year-old relative started searching the rooms after he heard some noise. He was killed after the minor hit him behind the head.

The bodies were dumped in a well in the courtyard before he started cleaning the blood stains. As he got busy, a neighbour arrived at the house to drink some water. The woman screamed when she saw the blood stains on the floor. This prompted the teenager to kill her as well, the media report said.

He was sent to 13-day judicial custody and the police were given permission to interrogate him at the juvenile home.Tripura:
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