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No breakthrough in parcel box murder case

Police is yet to make any breakthrough in the case of murder of a young woman, whose body was recovered in a large parcel box dispatched through a transport company in Kishangarh town in Ajmer district, last week. "The body, which was dispatched from Delhi to Madanganj town in the district, could not be identified so far.

india Updated: Apr 10, 2011 17:37 IST

Police is yet to make any breakthrough in the case of murder of a young woman, whose body was recovered in a large parcel box dispatched through a transport company in Kishangarh town in Ajmer district, last week. "The body, which was dispatched from Delhi to Madanganj town in the district, could not be identified so far.

Our team is in Delhi and trying to ascertain her identify with the help of Delhi police," SHO Madanganj Narendra Singh said. "The team contacted the transport company, which had booked the parcel but its employees do not have proper information about the sender," Singh said.

"We have placed the body at Kishangarh government hospital. The woman aged around 22-25 years was stabbed as the body has several hit marks and her face has been burnt," he added.

The parcel was dispatched from New Delhi last week and was shifted to the transport company office at Kishangarh on April 8. On paper, it was mentioned that the parcel had some electronic goods and the receiver will pick it up from the transport company.