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Posted at: Jun 1, 2016, 12:41 AM; last updated: Jun 1, 2016, 12:41 AM (IST)

Physiotherapist’s body found in burnt SUV

Physiotherapist’s body found in burnt SUV
The police and forensic experts examine the car in which the body of a physiotherapist of Haridwar was found on Tuesday. tribune photo: Rameshwar Gaur

Tribune News Service

Haridwar, May 31

A physiotherapist was found dead inside a burnt car today. Police officials present on the spot hinted it a murder case.

Superintendent of Police (SP), City, Navneet Singh Bhullar said the deceased was Anil Kumar, son of Ashok Kumar of Raghu Nath Mall residential apartment, hailing from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh.

He was operating a physiotherapy centre at the Shankar Ashram square in Ranipur.

After closing his office at 6 pm last evening, Anil left for his home but when he did not arrive till late night, his family members enquired from their relatives. After getting no clue, they informed the police.

“We flashed information about the vehicle immediately and the patrolling vehicle was sent on the same route which Anil used to take from his office towards home. The burned SUV was found near Bahadrabad on the Ganga Canal stretch, which runs adjacent to the Haridwar-Bahadrabad stretch of NH-58. The badly burnt body was found inside the car. We are investigating the matter with the help of sniffer dogs and finger print experts. We can arrive at a conclusion only after the postmortem report comes in,” the SP said.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Senthyl Abudai Krishan Raj S also arrived at the Ganga Canal stretch and gave the necessary directives to the officials concerned.

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