Jamshedpur : A six-member team of experts from Forensic Science Laboratory ( FSL), Ranchi and sleuths of Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Thursday began probe into to the sensational twin murder that took place at an apartment in Mango under Ulidih police station area.
During the investigation, the CID team (from Ranchi) recovered one blood-stained glove from a bush outside the balcony of the apartment on the first floor of Krittibas Bhavan inside Madhusudan Complex.
Assailant slit the throat of both Manju Prasad (41) and four-and-half-year-old son Dweej Kumar after locking the door from outside.
After the forensic experts had taken finger-prints from the spot, the police this afternoon removed the bodies for post-mortem at the MGM Medical College mortuary.
The police have also taken a statement from the murder victim Manju’s husband Shashi Prasad for registering a case in connection to the incident.
Superintendent of police (city) Prashant Anand said they have recovered a couple of evidence from the room where the murder took place and also from outside the apartment.
” It is too early to comment.The twin murder have been committed by someone who appeared to be known to the victims. He had fled the scene having locked the room from outside.
We are carrying out a scientific investigation into the entire episode by engaging forensic experts and also CID sleuths,” said Anand while talking to the media.
Anand said that there is CCTV cameras in the premises of the Madhusudhan residential complex and that they would take the footage of the CCTV camera for finding out the culprit responsible for the heinous crime.
It may be recalled, Prasad (45) who is posted as senior manager at Indian Overseas Bank Kolkata had on the late evening of Wednesday sent one of his former colleague, Aditya Prasad, to check why had his wife was not responding to his call since Tuesday morning.
Aditya who works in the Mango branch of the Indian Overseas Bank came and saw the door was locked. But when the call ring was coming from the closed residence, he contacted the Ulidih police station.
The police arrived and saw a woman and a child were lying still at their bed. Police also found the throats of the mother and son were slit.
The police and CID sleuths said the killer who must be known to the woman must have taken tea and killed both the mother and son and thrown out the glove through the balcony and fled the scene leaving the door to the flat locked from outside.