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copyright DNA India newspaper Updated: Apr 4, 2017, 10:30 AM IST, DNA webdesk

The victims were engineering students studying in Lonavla.

Two engineering students, a boy and a girl were stripped and brutally murdered in Lonavla near Pune on Sunday, reported Times of India.

The bodies of the students were found in the forested area near Tiger Point on Monday afternoon.

The police believe that the incident took place probably between 7.30pm on Sunday and 2pm on Monday.

They also said that the girl’s hands had been tied behind her back and a cloth had been stuffed into her mouth.

The boy was a final-year mechanical engineering student, who lived in Bhangarwadi near​ Lonavla whereas the girl was a final-year computer engineering student living in the college hostel in Lonavla.

They were residents of Rahuri in Ahmednagar and Otur in Junnar, respectively.

According to Hindustan Times, college officials said the woman had already secured a job and was planning to take it up after completing her course.

The girl had reportedly told others at her hostel that she was going out with a friend and would return home late.

The victims were identified by their driving licence an Aadhaar card found at the spot. Police have also recovered the boy’s red motorcycle near the crime scene.

Pune: Lonavla double murder case solved, 1 arrested

Copyright The Free Press Journal — By Staff Reporter | Jun 12, 2017 09:14

Pune: More than two and months after, Special Investigation Team of Pune Rural Police has cracked the murder mystery of two engineering students who were killed on April 3 in Lonavala. Police have arrested one man while one is on the run. Police said that they are also in process to trace three more accused.

Dayanand Gawade, Police Inspector, local crime branch, Pune Rural Police, said, “We have arrested Asif Shaikh, a criminal on record, and we are looking for another suspect. The accused has confessed that he killed Sarthak with the intention of robbery. After killing Sarthak, accused thought Shruti will approach police. Hence first they tried to sexually assault her and later killed her.”

Mobile phones of both the victims were stolen while other belongings like bike, jewellery were left at the dead bodies. It took Pune Rural Police two-and-half months to resolve the case. They had to constitute Special Investigation Team to investigate the case. Eight police teams consist of 14 police officials of Pune grilled more than 2000 people including friends, relatives and criminals. More than 1.5 lakh of call records were analysed.

Based on the call records of the stolen mobile phones of Shruti and Sarthak, the SIT traced the accused. Senior Police Inspector and Cyber Police, Sunil Pawar led the cyber investigation. Pune district police had formed multiple probe teams earlier, but could not crack the case. An award of Rs 50,000 was also announced for any information on the murder after they failed to make any headway in the case.

On April 3, Sarthak Waghchore and Shruti Dumbare, fourth year engineering students of Sinhgad Engineering College, Lonavala  were found murdered near Bhushi Dam in Lonavala. Double murder of two students sent shock waves among students and local in Lonavala.

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Lonavala murders: Mobile trail traps man who bludgeoned, robbed students

A police Special Investigation Team (SIT) solved the murders Sarthak Wakchoure, 22 and Shruti Dumbre, 21, who were killed with their hands tied behind their back on April 3. Robbery was the motive of the accused. He was arrested on the basis of mobile phone calls made.

Updated: Jun 12, 2017 12:40 IST

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Sarthak Wakchoure and Shruti Dumbre, who were killed, were final-year students of Sinhgad Engineering College, Lonavala.(HT PHOTO)

More than two-and-a-half months after the crime, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) constituted to probe the Lonavala double murders of two engineering college students, claims to have cracked the case after the arrest of one person on Sunday.

Sarthak Wakchoure, 22, and Shruti Dumbre, 21, students of Sinhgad Institute, Lonavla, were murdered on April 3 with their hands tied behind their back at an isolated spot in Lonavla.

According to senior officers, the police arrested Asif Shaikh, a criminal on record, and are looking for another suspect. Shaikh has confessed to killing the two students, the police said.

“Shaikh has some minor cases of theft against him,” Vishwas Nagre Patil, special inspector general (IGP), Kolhapur range, told Hindustan Times .

Patil said teams have been dispatched to catch the other suspect.

The police has arrested one suspect, Asif Shaikh and is on the look out for another suspect. (HT PHOTO)

Senior officers said the intention behind the murders was robbery. with Shaikh confessing to having killed the two students. Another officer said the suspects also tried to sexually assault Dumbre. When she raised an alarm, the suspects murdered both of them, the police said.

The police claimed to have cracked the case based on call record details.

The police found both the victims’ mobile phones had been stolen.

They tracked the suspects using the mobile tower location.

A student of mechanical engineering at the Sinhgad engineering college, Lonavala campus, Wakchoure was a resident of Rahuri in Ahmednagar. Dumbre, from Otur in Pune, was pursuing a course in computer engineering at the same institution. They were both final year students.

According to his friends, Wakchoure was an artist aspired to serve the country by joining the defence forces.

“He always wanted to join the Indian Army and had recently appeared for an exam. At the core though, he was artist, who made two documentary films,” said his friend.

With classes coming to an end and college gathering just ending, the two had planned an outing. Dumbre, who used to stay on the college campus hostel, had told her friends that she was going out with a friend and would return late.

Two held in Lonavala double murder case

Press Trust of India  |  Pune Last Updated at June 12, 2017 20:42 IST

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Police have arrested two persons over the last two days in connection with the of the two engineering students in a forested area in Lonavala on April 2, a senior officer said today, adding that robbery was the motive behind the crime.

Bodies of Sarthak Wakchoure and Shruti Dumbre (both in their early 20s), both last year students of Sinhgad Engineering College in Lonavla, were found in the forest near the picturesque hill station on April 3. The victims were found to have been hit on the back of their heads with a blunt object and their hands tied at the back.

Both the accused, identified as Asif Shaikh and Salim Shaikh, have a criminal past and their modus operandi was to rob couples sitting in isolated places, according to sources.

A senior police officer today told reporters that Asif, who is the main accused, was arrested from Ahmed Nagar in Maharashtra, while Salim was picked from Agra in Uttar Pradesh.

He said Asif runs a stall selling snacks in Ahmednagar.

“We have arrested two accused, who are criminals on record, and they have confessed to have killed the two engineering students on April 2. The motive behind the was robbery,” said Vishwas Nangre-Patil, Inspector General (Kolhapur Range).

He said there are two witnesses in the case.

The IG said though police suspected Asif’s role in the crime since beginning of investigation, he was misleading the police.

“However, our teams kept him under surveillance before arresting him finally,” he said, adding that human intelligence played a crucial role in cracking the case.

Pune district police had formed multiple probe teams earlier, but could not crack the case. An award of Rs 50,000 was also announced for any information on the after they failed to make any headway in the case.

Explaining the sequence of events on April 2, the officer said Asif and Salim, as per their modus operandi, objected to the presence of Wakchoure and Dumbre in an isolated place.

However, Wakchoure told them that they would leave soon.

The accused duo left the place only to return in the next five minutes and forced Wakchoure and Dumbre to nearby vegetation.

“The accused, who were carrying a sharp weapon, first forced the man to remove his cloths and later went after the woman. However, Wakchoure retaliated and a fight ensued. He was killed in the violent scuffle,” Nangre-Patil said.

He said the accused decided to get rid of the woman as she raised an alarm.

“They tied her hands with the help of the man’s cloths and bludgeoned her to death with a stone. After the incident, the accused walked away with two mobile phones of the victims and Rs 1,000 cash. Police have recovered the phones from the accused,” the IG said.

While Wakchoure hailed from Rahuri in Ahmednagar district, Dumbre was a native of Otur in Pune.

The officer said the accused are petty criminals and cases of robbery and theft were registered against them.

“One of them was even convicted for robbery and was in jail for four months in 2016,” he said.

In a bid to crack the case, the police personnel sometimes disguised themselves as couples and ventured into forested areas.

Asif and Salim were produced before a court today and remanded to police custody till June 16.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Two held in Lonavala double murder

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Pune, Jun 12 (PTI) Police have arrested two persons over the last two days in connection with the murder of the two engineering students in a forested area in Lonavala on April 2, a senior officer said today, adding that robbery was the motive behind the crime.

Bodies of Sarthak Wakchoure and Shruti Dumbre (both in their early 20s), both last year students of Sinhgad Engineering College in Lonavla, were found in the forest near the picturesque hill station on April 3. The victims were found to have been hit on the back of their heads with a blunt object and their hands tied at the back.

Both the accused, identified as Asif Shaikh and Salim Shaikh, have a criminal past and their modus operandi was to rob couples sitting in isolated places, according to sources.

A senior police officer today told reporters that Asif, who is the main accused, was arrested from Ahmed Nagar in Maharashtra, while Salim was picked from Agra in Uttar Pradesh.

He said Asif runs a stall selling snacks in Ahmednagar.

“We have arrested two accused, who are criminals on record, and they have confessed to have killed the two engineering students on April 2. The motive behind the murder was robbery,” said Vishwas Nangre-Patil, Inspector General (Kolhapur Range).

He said there are two witnesses in the case.

The IG said though police suspected Asifs role in the crime since beginning of investigation, he was misleading the police.

“However, our teams kept him under surveillance before arresting him finally,” he said, adding that human intelligence played a crucial role in cracking the case.

Pune district police had formed multiple probe teams earlier, but could not crack the case. An award of Rs 50,000 was also announced for any information on the murder after they failed to make any headway in the case.

Explaining the sequence of events on April 2, the officer said Asif and Salim, as per their modus operandi, objected to the presence of Wakchoure and Dumbre in an isolated place.

However, Wakchoure told them that they would leave soon.

The accused duo left the place only to return in the next five minutes and forced Wakchoure and Dumbre to nearby vegetation.

“The accused, who were carrying a sharp weapon, first forced the man to remove his cloths and later went after the woman. However, Wakchoure retaliated and a fight ensued. He was killed in the violent scuffle,” Nangre-Patil said.

He said the accused decided to get rid of the woman as she raised an alarm.

“They tied her hands with the help of the mans cloths and bludgeoned her to death with a stone. After the incident, the accused walked away with two mobile phones of the victims and Rs 1,000 cash. Police have recovered the phones from the accused,” the IG said.

While Wakchoure hailed from Rahuri in Ahmednagar district, Dumbre was a native of Otur in Pune.

The officer said the accused are petty criminals and cases of robbery and theft were registered against them.

“One of them was even convicted for robbery and was in jail for four months in 2016,” he said.

In a bid to crack the case, the police personnel sometimes disguised themselves as couples and ventured into forested areas.

Asif and Salim were produced before a court today and remanded to police custody till June 16.

Lonavala double murder case: After two months, cops identify two suspects; one arrested

The one held was on the list of suspects, questioned thrice earlier, say police

copyright Indian Express newspaper By: Express News Service | Pune | Published:June 12, 2017 3:48 am

Lonavala double murder case, Lonavala double murder, Lonavala murder, latest news, indian expressHave quizzed over 1,500 people as part of the probe, said police.

 

Over two months after two engineering students from the Sinhgad Institute of Technology, Lonavala, were found brutally murdered in the forest area near Bhushi Dam, a Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Pune Rural Police claimed to have made a breakthrough on Sunday, by identifying two suspects and arresting one of them. Police said initial probe has revealed that the murder was a fallout of a robbery bid.

The dead bodies of the 22-year-old boy, a final year mechanical engineering student from the institute, and the 21-year-old girl, who was in the final year computer engineering, were found, with their clothes stripped off, on the afternoon of April 3 in the forest area between INS Shivaji and Air Force Station in Lonavala. Both their bodies had severe injuries and the post-mortem report had said that the two had died due to severe blows of a blunt object on the head. After the murder came to light, the Pune Rural Police formed eight teams comprising 15 officers to probe the case.

In the first week of May, Superintendent of Police (Pune Rural) Mohammed Suvez Haque had announced the formation of an SIT to probe into the case, and a dedicated staff of 25 policemen and seven officers was assigned the investigation. A reward of Rs 50,000 was also announced in exchange for any information on the suspects. Senior officers, including Special Inspector General (Kolhapur Range) Vishwas Nangre Patil and Haque, were monitoring the case on a daily basis.

Speaking to Newsline on Sunday, Nangre Patil said, “Based on the information developed professionally, one person has been arrested, while one more has been identified. As the second person is yet to be arrested, we are choosing not to divulge the names and other details. But, I can say that the arrested suspect had been booked in the past for petty offences of theft. More details about the sequence of events leading to the incident will be shared after the arrest of the second suspect, which, we believe, will happen very soon.”

Another police officer added that the victims had come to the area on the boy’s bike for an outing, a day before the incident, and are believed to have been attacked by the two suspects with an intention of the robbery.

“At this stage, we believe that the suspects may have murdered the duo as they raised an alarm. Though the post-mortem examination of the girl did not point to any sexual assault, a possibility of an attempt to sexually assault her cannot be ruled out,” the officer added.

As part of the probe, the police said they have quizzed over 1,500 people, including those with a criminal record. An analysis of the data of over one lakh phone calls was also done, which helped in zeroing in on the culprits.

“We had prepared a comprehensive list of suspects in the beginning. The person arrested was on the list since day one. Our teams have questioned him three times, but we could not get a breakthrough. The fourth time, however, we could crack him. He was in the police records and had been booked for petty thefts in the past,” said Nangre Patil

Pune: Engineering students found dead in Lonavla

Pune: Two students of an engineering college were found dead at a forest area in Lonavla hill station of the district, police said on Tuesday.

The deceased, a 22-year-old boy and a girl aged 21, were allegedly stripped and hit on the back of their heads with a blunt object. There were injuries on their other body parts also, they said.

The girl’s hands were tied at the back and she was gagged, an officer at Lonavla city police station said.

“A local resident, who spotted the bodies on Monday in the forest area located near INS Shivaji Naval station here, alerted the police,” he said

 

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