Cop’s son found murdered in Kandivali,two detained

The 28-year-old son of an assistant police inspector was killed by unidentified persons in Kandivali east on Wednesday.

Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 8, 2012 12:30 am

The 28-year-old son of an assistant police inspector was killed by unidentified persons in Kandivali east on Wednesday. The body of Sudhakar Shankar Kamble was found outside the entrance of the building near his house in Thakur Complex on Thursday.

The Samta Nagar police said though there no injury marks on the body,the victim’s arms were broken.

Kamble,a Class VIII dropout,stayed with his parents,two younger brothers and a sister at the police colony in Saraf Chudhury Nagar in Thakur Complex,Kandivali east. Kamble’s father is attached to MHB police station and has been in service for 25 years.

Investigating officer inspector L G Shinde said around 7.45 am on Thursday the sweeper of the society found Sudhakar’s body near the entrance of the rear gate of building number 28. She informed Sudhakar’s relatives,who stay on the fourth floor of building number 27 in the same society. Sudhakar’s father Shankar then informed the police.

“We reached the spot and took Sudhakar to Bhagwati Hospital where he was declared dead. It seems his arms were twisted,” said Shinde. The body has been sent for post-mortem examination,he added.

The police have registered a case of murder against unidentified persons. They have detained two men from Sudharkar’s society who are sons of a constable with whom the deceased reportedly had a fight in the past. “The two have been detained based on the suspicion of Sudhakar’s father. One of them has an assault case registered against him,” said Shinde. He said Sudhakar,who is the eldest son of Shankar,had left his house around 10 am on Wednesday.

“We are tracing the people with whom Sudhakar was spotted on the day of the crime,” added Shinde.

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