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Natraj Bar and Restaurant, where three men were found killed, has a CCTV. However, after 2.13 am Saturday, it was switched off, only to be mysteriously switched on at 4 am.
Officers at Tilak Nagar Police Station said the CCTV did not record anything after waiters and other employees exited the bar. Police, at first, assumed the CCTV was switched off by employees before leaving the bar after cleaning it. However, when they found that it was switched on at 4 am, their suspicion that the murders were an insider job grew stronger.
Police said the killer was well aware that there was a CCTV in the bar and knew how to operate it. "The killer wanted to protect his identity. He switched it on after he killed the three as he did not want police to suspect anything," said an officer.