No suspects yet, police scan call data records
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Mulund police are analysing call data records of Pratiksha Bhojane (30), who had gone missing from Ghatkopar on Monday and was found dead in Mulund a day later, her body stuffed in a gunny bag.
"We have zeroed in on some calls Pratiksha made from the time she left her residence until Monday evening. We are identifying people whom she called up, and also trying to ascertain her location throughout Monday," said Assistant Commissioner of Police N S Madhe, Mulund division.
Madne added that investigations so far had not given any clues on any suspects, and inquiries were on.
Pratiksha was found dead on NS Road in Mulund on Tuesday morning. She had been stabbed several times and had also been strangled. Her body was stuffed in a sack and abandoned on NS Road, where it was found by some sweepers.
Pratiksha, who worked as a household help, had left her residence at Bhatwadi in Ghatkopar on Monday morning. As usual, she had told neighbours she was leaving for work and asked them to keep an eye on her son and two daughters . When she did not return till late on Monday evening, neighbours registered a missing person complaint.
The police said they were focus of trying to ascertain where and with whom she was from afternoon, the time she usually finishes her work, to Monday night.
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