Andhra man found dead in US, foul play suspected
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An Indian man hailing from Andhra Pradesh, who ran a supermarket in the US, was found dead at the store under suspicious circumstances, according to reports reaching here late on Sunday night.
According to R Shyam Sunder Reddy, an advocate in Karimnagar, his brother-in-law Goli Venkat Reddy (48) ran a super market at Cincinnati in Ohio state after he left here for the US about 12 years ago. The victim, married to Kavitha, was a software engineer.
Shyam Sunder Reddy said Kavitha found her husband lying in the store with his nose bleeding at 11 pm (local time) on Saturday and immediately informed the police. The police declared Venkat as dead on reaching the spot.
They have registered a case of suspicious death and sent the body for autopsy.
The police have quizzed Kavitha and Venkat's partners.
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