Malayalam actress molestation: Memory card of visuals shot by Pulsar Suni recovered

The officials are checking the contents of the cards belonging to Suni, who allegedly captured the visuals of the actor.

Published: 28th February 2017 07:35 PM  |   Last Updated: 28th February 2017 07:35 PM   |  A+A-

Pulsar Suni

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By Express News Service

ALAPPUZHA: The investigation team recovered a SIM card and memory card of a mobile phone from the house of Manu of Kakkazham near Ambalappuzha while collecting evidence with Pulsar Suni, an accused in the abduction and molestation of a popular Malayalam actor, on Tuesday.  

The officials are checking the contents of the cards belonging to Suni, who allegedly captured the visuals of the actor.

Suni had visited the house of his friend Manu, a private bus driver in Kochi, on various occasions including the wedding of the latter’s sister. When the actor, after the incident, approached Police, Suni reached Manu's house seeking his help. Manu’s mother and sister identified Suni when he was taken for identification.

Manu’s sister told police that Suni had collected a safety pin from her for taking the cards out of his mobile phone.

After this Manu and Suni went to sea shore. However,  Suni fled from the spot when Manu’s sister identified Suni from news channels and conveyed  it to Manu. 

Though Suni had asked for Rs 10,000 from Manu, he could not provide it.

The police took Suni to the sea shore and police conducted a search inside the rubble, the police could not trace anything there. The police also took him to Ambalappuzha  around 12.30 pm and took half an hour for evidence collection.


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