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Bank Manager Found Dead in Coconut Grove

Published: 26th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 26th March 2015 02:58 AM   |  A+A-

RAJAHMUNDRY/VISAKHAPATNAM: The body of the branch manager of Central Bank of India at S Timmapuram in S Rayavaram mandal of Visakhapatnam district, was found in the agricultural fields on the outskirts of T Timmapuram in Tuni mandal of East Godavari district Wednesday. The deceased, identified as P Anjaneyulu (45), had been missing since Tuesday morning and was found dead by the villagers Wednesday morning. Anjaneyulu was working as the bank branch manager in S Timmapuram. However, he was residing at Tuni along with his wife and two children, and used to commute daily to S Timmapuram.

On Tuesday morning, Anjaneyulu left for the bank but did not return home. The worried family members found that he did not attend work as well and started searching for him. But they were informed Wednesday by the Tuni police that his body had been found in the coconut grove.  The police said that the deceased had both his legs and hands tied and sustained a head injury. The body has been handed over to the family after postmortem. Based on investigation, the police suspect that family disputes might have led to the murder, and are questioning the family members. The case is under investigation.

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