AP Police finds major clue in Anuhya murder case
February 5, 2014 - Hyderabad
Andhra Pradesh police found a major clue in the mysterious murder case of Masulipatnam software engineer Anuhya case based on the inputs by the three member Mumbai police team.
The Mumbai police team with it's Inspector P Ashok completed its first phase of investigation on Wednesday and left for Mumbai. Masulipatnam DSP K Srinivasa Rao said that they had shown the evidence by the Mumbai police that a person who had accompanied the victim and walking byt her side carrying her bagged on LTT Terminus wears an identify card that was hanging on his belt. He said that the details on the ID card are blur to identify. He said that there was no established evidence that the person in the footage belongs to the same company in which the victim was employed.
It may be recalled here that the a team of Mumbai police visited the kin of the deceased and police officials as part of their investigation. The Mumbai police are probing the case by using the data base of the Aadhaar scheme, the unique identification number for the first time . Mumbai police plans to approach Aadhaar enrolment centres with a request to share their database with them. It is said that they approached the network providers whose towers were close to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Bhandup, a central suburb of Mumbai from where the body of Anuhya was found. They sought a list of numbers form which calls were made and received between 4.45am and 6a.m on January 5 and they plans to feed and link them with the data of Aadhaar to identify them and will match with the man seen in the CCTV footage, police said.