Police continue hunt for Anuhya's laptop
March 13, 2014 - Mumbai
Following the confession of Chandrabhan Sanap of having committed the crime on Techie Esther Anuhya, police are on the hunt for the key evidence.
Police could recover the clothes, T-shirt, jeans, trolley bag and sunglasses of Anuhya but were on the search for the laptop which was told by the accused have thrown from a moving train.
A police officer said that they recovered the deceased belongings from Chandrabhan Sanap's sister Sunitha's canteen in Kanjurmarg.
Police sources said that ten teams are consisting for 150 personnel drawn from Crime Branch and new police recruits commenced search from Shahad railway station trekking the entire rail track all the way to Kahdevili to Mumbai-Nasik rail route for the lap top for all the nine days. They even hired the services for fishermen, divers to trace it but in vain. They continue the search for it as it would a crucial matter of evidence in the case.
It may be recalled that Esther Anuhya, a TCS employee from Masulipatnam from Andhra Pradesh was murdered and decomposed body was found on January 16 off the Eastern Express Highway in Mumbai. Police after a thorough investigation finally cracked the case with the arrest of Chandrabhan Sanap who was produced before the court was on remand.