Sullia: Decomposed skull, bag discovered in forest

Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (MS)

Sullia, Apr 21: Kadaba police station has received a report regarding the discovery of a decomposed skull and bag in the forest.

Chandrashekhar, a resident of Bilinele village, filed the complaint. On April 19, Chandrashekhar and several other locals ventured into the forest to collect firewood. During their expedition near the Subramanya-Uppinangady state highway, adjacent to the reserve forest, they stumbled upon a decomposed skull and a bag by the side of the path.

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Additionally, they noticed a piece of cloth hanging from a tree branch nearby. The complainant expressed suspicion regarding the circumstances leading to the individual's death whose skull was found in the forest.

Kadaba police are currently conducting further investigations into the matter.






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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Apr 21 2024

    Suspicious things happen at present.A piece of cloth hanging from a tree?Someone was hanged in forest?Noone is missing ?I think Anthropologen can find out if a male or female and make out if she/he suicide or killed by others?Hope can hope for a result.However may the soul of this rest in peace and family may atlast know the result.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai/Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 21 2024

    Mysterious deaths in and around Belthangady, like Bermuda triangle!😈

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Apr 21 2024

    Amrut Kal ...

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    Sun, Apr 21 2024

    Our police have not yet been successful in solving such a case..

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