Cops check phone records, say motive could be money
Personal enmity might have led to the killing of Ajay Dolas (32), the peon who was shot dead at an estate agent’s office in Vashi, the police said, reports G Mohiuddin Jeddy.india Updated: Apr 15, 2009 01:49 IST
Personal enmity might have led to the killing of Ajay Dolas (32), the peon who was shot dead at an estate agent’s office in Vashi, the police said.
The police are investigating the people with whom Dolas was in touch with, a woman and with whom he could have had a financial dispute.
No arrests have been made so far.
Dolas was shot dead on Monday at around 10.15 am at the estate agent’s office — Bhoomi Enterprises, in Sector 17 of Vashi.
There are no witnesses.
The police have discounted a theory that the killer may have come for the estate agent, Somnath Landge. “That does not seem to be the case as of now,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police Ashok Dudhe.
A woman was called in for inquiry on Tuesday based on the call details in Dolas’ cell phone. The police are looking at the possibility of an affair gone wrong.
“We are working on a few angles which include a woman and money. So far the woman angle has not yielded much,” Dudhe said adding that it could be a case of personal enmity that led to the killing.
“Our investigations are on and the picture should be clear very soon,” Dudhe said.
First Published: Apr 15, 2009 01:48 IST