Cops Suspect Patient Killed Lady Dentist

32-year-old woman was found dead in Chennai clinic; her gold thali was missing

Published: 08th May 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th May 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI:  Cops are on the trail of a patient in connection with the murder of a 32-year-old dentist in Mogappair on Wednesday. Police said the person is a history sheeter and had apparently paid a visit to the clinic earlier. The dentist, Sangeetha, had been practising at the Sri Saro Clinic on Karnan Street in West Mogappair. She was found dead by a relative around 4 pm on Wednesday and her gold thali was missing.

Sources said the prescription slip book was spotted on Sangeetha’s table suggesting that it could be the patient whom she attended last. “We have detained one of her last patients, who is suspected in a murder case reported a few years ago. He had visited the dentist earlier too. But we have not established anything against him so far,” said a senior police officer.

Man, 38, Killed

A 38-year-old man was killed in Nolambur on Thursday. Police said the victim Murugavel, employed at Sornalakshmi Cable Network, went to collect the monthly payment on 8th street, in Block 6 in West Mogappair when a quartet picked up an altercation after the former whistled at them. The altercations culminated with Murugavel being pushed down.

Student Booked

A 19-year-old catering student  snatched a chain from a woman software professional on Wednesday night and was caught by a police patrol.

Police said a teenager snatched the chain of Vidya (23), the techie, staying in MCN Nagar, at 10.15 pm.

While she was at the Thoraipakkam station to lodge a complaint, the  patrol arrived  with a youth, whom Vidya identified as the thief. He confessed to the crime. Investigation revealed  the teen was in his first year catering course in a private institute.

FB Felons Booked

Two days after Facebook blocked ‘Chinna Ponnu Veriyargal’ and ‘Chinna Ponnu Karpazhippom’ (translates to extreme paedophile), city police registered a case against the perpetrators who reportedly created the pages.

Both pages displayed fully clothed girls and asked followers, about 3,000 of them, to post messages as to what they would do to them (sexually).

Based on a telephonic complaint, the Cyber Cell registered a case under section 67 of Information Technology act 2000 and section 14(i) and 17 of Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO) Act.

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