Researcher`s murder: Police releases sketches of 3 suspects

Last Updated: Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 14:08

Agra: Police have released sketches of the three suspects in the murder case of 23-year-old research scholar whose body was found in a laboratory here on March 16.

Neha Shrama, a nanotechnology researcher, was found dead under mysterious circumstances in her laboratory on March 16 at a private educational institute here.

The sketches drawn by the Crime Branch of the Delhi police, show a long-faced man in his twenties, lean and with short-cropped hair; a second young man with a round face, also in his twenties; and a third aged between 30 and 35 with curly hair.

The sketches, released last evening by the local police, were drawn after questioning a number of students and employees of the university, police sources said.

Neha`s body bearing multiple knife marks was found lying in a pool of blood, with her hands tied behind her back.

Meanwhile, a group of protesters reached the office of the SSP last night and alleged the use of third-degree methods during the police interrogation of Dilip, a guard at the university, to make him tell about suspects for the sketches.


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First Published: Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 14:08

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