Auto driver’s body found in sack

BANGALORE: An auto driver’s body was found in a sack  in Tyagarajanagar police station limits on Sunday. The victim has been identified as Narayanaswamy, aged 23 years. His body was

Published: 06th February 2012 08:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:50 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: An auto driver’s body was found in a sack  in Tyagarajanagar police station limits on Sunday.

The victim has been identified as Narayanaswamy, aged 23 years. His body was found in a sack near an under construction building in Byrappa Block.  

The assailants had slit the victim’s throat. The police said that the labourers at the construction site noticed the sack and informed the owner, who contacted the police. When examined it was found that the body was put in three sacks.

The miscreants had also tied victim’s hands and legs.   The victim had tattoos on his hands and chest and on his hand there were tattoos of names like Jyothi, Geetha, Viji and Chandra in Kannada. “Narayayanswamy had not gone home since three days and his parents said he was addicted to alcohol. It is suspected that the assailants have murdered him somewhere else. Due to some obstacle, they might have dumped the body there,” the police added.

1 Killed in Accident

A 50-year-old woman was killed and other woman was injured after a four-wheeler hit them on Kadirappa Road in Pulikeshinagar traffic police station limits on Sunday. The deceased has been identified as Madamma, a resident of Pulikeshinagar.

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