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Mangaluru: Umesh Shetty's death under suspicious circumstances - three held

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jan 10: Relating to the mysterious death of Umesh Shetty (29) from Kambalimane in Kilenjur near Kinnigoli, the police, on Monday January 9, took into custody three persons. Sources said that two from Niddodi and another from near Kinnigoli were taken into custody.

Umesh, who was earlier working in Mumbai, and had started living at Kilenjur since the last three years, had gone missing after he alighted from a bus at Pakshikere and travelled by a white Maruti Swift car on December 28, as per the statements of eyewitnesses. A missing case had been filed after Umesh remained untraced, and his body was recovered on Sunday, January 1. Umesh was doing transport and dry coconut business at Panambur.

Umesh Shetty

Police sources said that they plan to grill a few more persons relating to Shetty's death. As per their assessment, this is a murder case of which motive is yet to be established.


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  • Santhu, Manglore/Mumbai

    Tue, Jan 10 2017

    I hope and believe our Mangalore police dept would soon find the culprits involved...!

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  • Mahathma, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 10 2017

    first of all very sad on his death! our law peacekeepers are still on investigation? if this case not traced, how they can trace homakunda cases?

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