Body With Head And Arms Missing Found Stuffed In Plastic Bag Near Khalsa College
The body of an unidentified man with head and arms missing was found stuffed in a black plastic bag near the Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa college bus stop in Delhi University’s North Campus.
The bag was spotted by a passerby at around 8 am, according to deputy commissioner of police (North) Nupur Prasad.
When the police came after information, they saw blood oozing out of the bag. “A body was found stuffed. The head and both the arms were missing. There were no bullet or stab wounds,” Prasad said.
A police officer said they suspect the man was murdered somewhere else and the body was dumped at North Campus.
“There have been many instances in the past where killers dumped headless bodies to ensure a delay in establishing the identity of the victim. In this case, the man’s arms are also missing. We suspect his arms may have had identification marks such his name tattooed on one of them,” said the officer who asked not to be named.
Prasad said police stations in Delhi and adjoining states have been informed about the recovery of the body and the investigation is on.
“We are preparing a list of men who have been reported missing at different police stations in the last one week. Our first priority is to identify the man. Once the identification is done, it will become easy for us to establish the motive behind the murder and identity of his killers,” she added.