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Gurdaspur attackers took off tags from clothes, caps

A senior official said the men were not carrying any cellphones, nor any SIM cards that could have facilitated the police to pinpoint where they belonged.

Written by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh |
Updated: July 31, 2015 3:40:51 am
gurdaspur attack, gurdaspur terror attack, punjab terror attack, gurdaspur terrorists, terror attack in punjab, rajnath singh, pakistan terrorist, terrorists from pakistan, latest news A CCTV footage showing the car seized by the three terrorists for their use before attacking a police station at Dinanagar in Gurdaspur in Punjab on Monday. (Source: PTI photo)

Four days after the attack in Dinanagar in Gurdaspur, the Punjab police says it has still not been able to ascertain from where exactly the attackers came.

Police sources told The Indian Express that the items seized from the terrorists after they were killed provided no geographical indications about their starting point. As for the GPS devices in their possession, the sources said the terrorists seemed to have deleted some data on it.

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A senior official, who did want to be named, said the men were not carrying any cellphones, nor any SIM cards that could have facilitated the police to pinpoint where they belonged.

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The men had removed the tags from the army uniforms too so as to remove any clue of make or place of origin. Two caps, found on the spot, too did not have any stickers or tags. The Bodymax-branded underclothes of one man, and a tin of Indian-made Complan were the only two branded items seized from them. But the clothing provided no clue as to where it could have been bought.

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