Search on for man who made last call to slain bank employeeTIMES NEWS NETWORK
Bengaluru: Ramanagara police, probing the murder of a 29-year-old private bank deputy manager whose body was found in a graveyard at Kaggalipura in south Benglauru on Monday, are looking for a person named Yogesh who had called him last.
Anil Kumar had left his home in Banashankari after receiving a call from Yogesh on Saturday morning. Anil had told family members that he’s going to meet Yogesh. Tracking of the nearby mobile tower revealed that Anil and Yogesh had travelled towards Kaggalipura around the same time, police said.
Yogesh had used his number to converse only with Anil. Also, Anil had not received any call on his phone after Yogesh called him and his phone remained switched off. “The sim card used by Yogesh showed calls were made only to Anil. We suspect Yogesh’s involvement. We’re not sure who he is. Even Anil’s family members say they don’t know any person by the name,” policesaid.
Anil, employee of a private bank with a branch on MG Road, was found murdered in the graveyard. Probe revealed the assailants had bludgeoned him to death. Valuables, including his wallet and cellphone were intact, indicating itwas a murder for rivalry. Anil had got engaged two weeks ago and his wedding was in January
Missing bank dy manager murderedTIMES NEWS NETWORK
Bengaluru: A deputy manager of a private bank branch on MG Road was found murdered in Kaggalipura, near Ramanagara, on Monday evening. Anil Kumar, 29, a resident of Banashankari III Stage, was to wed in January 2018, family members told police.
According to the family, Anil went missing on Saturday morning and a missing case was registered with Channammanakere Achchukattu police on Sunday. “He left home in the morning saying he had some work, and failed to return. We tried reaching him on his mobile phone, but it was switched off,” a family member told police.
On Monday evening, passersby noticed a body in a graveyard on the outskirts of Kaggalipura, and alerted Ramanagara police. “The man had been hit on his head. We contacted other police stations in and around Bengaluru, Mandya and Mysuru, seeking details of missing persons. We found that the description of the dead man’s face and attire matched the details given by Channammanakere Achchukattu police,” a Ramanagara police officer said