BHUBANESWAR: The Railway Police is at its wit’s end in the probe into death of Cuttack-based film distributor Kulamani Mishra whose body was found in his car at the railway station here.
As the autopsy reports could not ascertain the exact cause of death, viscera samples have been sent to State Forensic Sciences Laboratory for examination.
Sources said, Mishra had spent around 30 minutes in the house of his father-in-law before reaching the Capital. Police, though, has no clue about Mishra’s movement between 3 am and 10 am - the time he left Cuttack home and arrived at his father-in-law’s house.
“Though he made a number of calls during these seven hours, it is difficult to track the location as he was not using a smartphone,” a police official said on condition of anonymity. There is a lead which corroborates that Mishra had met a couple of persons in the city before reaching the railway station at 12 noon. They may soon be quizzed, sources said.
Meanwhile, Mishra’s wife is reported to have changed her statement. Though she had mentioned that her husband had to receive someone at the airport, later she expressed inability to recollect the details, the source said.