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Gurgaon cops release sketch of suspect in engineer’s murder

india Updated: Jan 15, 2012 00:23 IST
Leena Dhankhar

The city police on Saturday released a sketch of a suspect wanted for the murder of trainee software engineer Cincy Sebastian.

The 23-year-old trainee software engineer was stabbed to death at a paying guest accommodation in DLF City Phase III on Wednesday morning. She was from Kerala and worked at a reputed firm in Udyog Vihar.

According to the police, six of her colleagues are under scanner. The police have also managed to lay their hands on the call details of the six suspects — four men and two women. The call details of the deceased are also being screened for any clues.

The police got the sketch prepared on the basis of information supplied by a shopkeeper of Nathupur, from where the suspect had purchased the knife used in the crime.

As per the sketch, the suspect is a tall, clean-shaven man with a tough face, broad nostrils and small eyes. Police said the killer had purchased the knife for Rs 50.

Meanwhile, police officials also spoke to Sebastian’s roommate in Jodhpur, where she had gone to take her examinations, on Saturday. Police said the roommate of the victim has been asked to cooperate in the investigation and reach Gurgaon on January 18.

“We are analysing the call details of all people connected to Cincy. We are waiting for her roommate to return and she will be questioned on January 18. Preparing the sketch was a tough work but we’ve finally released it,” said investigating officer SI Kuldeep Singh.