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Deepti Sarna Kidnapping: Police Reveal Kidnappers Might be Known to Family

Published: 13th February 2016 08:10 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th February 2016 10:24 AM   |  A+A-

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Photo- Kidnapped girl Dipti Sarna who went missing on Thursday reunited with family a day after. | PTI

NEW DELHI: In further development in the abduction case of the Snapdeal employee Deepti Sarna, the senior police officials have revealed that there’s a possibility that the kidnapping was conducted by some persons known to her family.

“A medical examination was conducted, further we are investigating the case with all the angles, preliminary investigation suggest. Our investigation is on and soon police will prepare a sketch of the four people involved in her abduction” said Dharmendra Singh Senior Superintendent of Police.

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Police further said that the entire case will be out in the open soon with complete motive and evidence, following which the arrests will be made.

Sources in the police say the case the alleged kidnapping and subsequent return of 24 year old Sarna which gripped the entire nation might be more than what meets the eye.

As the girl could still be concealing several things and that the process of verifying the facts and statements given by Dipti is on. A clearer picture on the incident could emerge once the verification is over, they said.

A group of four had allegedly abducted Dipti from the auto which she boarded from Vaishali Metro station for her home. The kidnappers took her to a secluded area near Raj Nagar extension by avoiding stopping anywhere, the police said earlier, citing statements by Dipti.

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