And while one of the suspects was caught trying to flee across neighbouring fields, the other could not be seen anywhere. “When I saw the helicopter I ran back to the house - I was concerned for my wife. As I opened the gate to let the police in, one man broke cover and scrambled over the fence," the Sun quoted Geller as saying. “The police grabbed him, but I could feel the other man was still nearby. “I followed my instinct to the shed and there he was. The method I used is called dowsing, it"s like a sixth sense. Everybody has a sixth sense, but most of us don"t unlock it. “I was just glad to help the police, who were brilliant," he added.
Story first published: Friday, February 19, 2010, 16:29 [IST]