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Odisha: Cuttack serial killer to be caught soon

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Jul 29, 2019, 2:27 am IST
Updated Jul 29, 2019, 2:27 am IST
A special team led by a senior police official in additional DCP rank is investigating the matter.
While a youth was found dead near Taladanda canal under Mangalabag police limits on July 23 morning, two others were found dead with injury marks on their heads under OMP bridge and near Ranihat Medical Road on July 24.
 While a youth was found dead near Taladanda canal under Mangalabag police limits on July 23 morning, two others were found dead with injury marks on their heads under OMP bridge and near Ranihat Medical Road on July 24.

BHUBANESWAR: Odisha police on Sunday claimed to have a clue about the serial killer who has brutally murdered three persons in Cuttack city. “We have got some clues and based on that he will be caught very soon,” informed police commissioner Satyajit Mohanty.

“A special team led by a senior police official in additional DCP rank is investigating the matter. We hope, we will reach the culprit soon,” he told media persons.

 

However, he did not disclose about the clue and the suspect.

When asked about the identity of the accused, the police commissioner said that the way three poor and destitute persons were killed in the Millennium City and the prima facie suggested that it was an act of a ‘psychopath’. “We took opinion from a professor of the forensic medicine department. According to him, the crime might have been committed by a psychopath. Based on his opinion, the probe is underway to nab the accused person,” said Mohanty.

“We are investigating the matter from all the angles. We hope we will solve the case very soon,” he added. Notably, the police intensified night patrolling after three people were killed in 24 hours in same style in Cuttack recently.

The accused targeted vulnerable and homeless persons sleeping on pavements at night. While a youth was found dead near Taladanda canal under Mangalabag police limits on July 23 morning, two others were found dead with injury marks on their heads under OMP bridge and near Ranihat Medical Road on July 24.

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Location: India, Odisha, Bhubaneswar




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