No headway in boy's body in doctor's car case
City Police probing the murder of a three-year-old boy, whose body was found in a doctor's car at suburban Ghatkopar, are yet to make a headway in the case.mumbai Updated: May 17, 2010 20:24 IST
City Police probing the murder of a three-year-old boy, whose body was found in a doctor's car at suburban Ghatkopar, are yet to make a headway in the case.
Aryan Belal, a resident of Hyderabad, had come to Mumbai with his mother on May 3 to spend a few days with his uncle Karan Samant.
On May 7, he was playing with another child from the same neighbourhood but went missing after some time. The family members made inquiries but in vain and finally lodged a missing complaint at Pant Nagar police station.
The child's body was found in the car of a local doctor at a distance of about 100 metres from where he was playing. A case of murder was registered in the matter.
"We investigating the matter from various angles. We are yet to make arrests in the case. Once we received the post mortem report, the cause of the death can be established," Deputy Police Commissioner R K Vhatkar said.
Family members, their relatives, neighbours and the doctor in whose vehicle the boy was found were questioned in the case, but no breakthrough has been made so far.
Pant Nagar Police Station Senior Inspector M Suryavanshi said, "The probe is moving in a right direction. We hope to crack the case soon."