Sunday, Dec 04, 2022

Suitcase with body parts found in Faridabad

According to the police, the suitcase was found in the bushes in the forest area near Pali Road in Surajkund.

The police said they will check with the police stations in the vicinity, including in neighbouring Delhi, Gurgaon and Nuh districts, for missing person reports filed recently. (File photo)

A suitcase with suspected body parts inside was found in a forest area in Faridabad’s Surajkund Thursday afternoon, said police.

According to police, the suitcase was found in the bushes near a check post. Police said a passerby noticed the suitcase and found it suspicious and called the control room.

A police officer said around 2.35 pm, they received information about the suitcase, following which senior police officials, two crime branch teams and a forensic team reached the spot.

“It appears to be a torso. It seems that the limbs, head and other parts had been decapitated. The remains are decomposed… Prima facie, it appears that a person was murdered elsewhere and a part of the body was dumped here to avoid identification. The remains had been wrapped in a plastic bag and a sack. Two-three clothes and a belt were recovered near the suitcase. The entire forest area within the vicinity has been cordoned off and searched,” said a police officer.

Subscriber Only Stories
UPSC Essentials| Weekly news express with MCQs : Project GIB, Remittances...Premium
Delhi Confidential: Why CJI Chandrachud says children should be taught as...Premium
Shaped by war: Ukraine artist to showcase work at Kochi-Muziris BiennalePremium
Most drones crossing border originate from Pak Rangers outposts: AgenciesPremium

“Forensic teams are collecting samples, which will be sent to the lab for identification and further DNA analysis. A post-mortem will shed more clarity,” said the police officer.

Sube Singh, spokesperson, Faridabad police, said, “No identification has been done. The remains have been sent to civil hospital for the autopsy. We are checking CCTVs in the vicinity.”

Police sources confirmed that they had contacted the Delhi police team investigating the murder case of Shraddha Walkar. “We had contacted Delhi police officers in Mehrauli to also look at the remains, but no association with the case in Delhi has emerged so far,” said a police officer.


Police said they will check with police stations in the vicinity of Faridabad including in neighbouring Delhi, Gurgaon and Nuh districts for missing persons reports filed recently. Police have also released two phone numbers and appealed to the public to share any information related to the case.

First published on: 24-11-2022 at 08:43:03 pm
Next Story

At 26, Flossie is world’s oldest living cat

Latest Comment
Post Comment
Read Comments