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HYDERABAD: A 38-year-old tailor was murdered at his house in Karmika Nagar in Borabanada on Thursday. The body of the victim was found leaning into the open fridge in the kitchen.
According to the Jubilee Hills police, the victim, Md Siddiq Ahmed, son of late Md Salar, was a tailor from Karmika Nagar. Ahmed along with his wife Rubina was staying in a rented house at Karmika Nagar. About 20 days back, Rubina along with their two children went to her parents house in Sri Ram Nagar.
On Thursday, Ahmed’s landlord grew suspicious as his phone was switched off. He immediately alerted the police on Thursday afternoon. Banjara Hills assistant commissioner of police (ACP) M Sudarshan said that Ahmed was attacked on head with a blunt weapon. “Unknown persons killed Ahmed by attacking him on the head with a blunt weapon. After committing the murder, the accused locked the main door of the house from outside,” Sudarshan said.
Police patrolling team along with the locals, opened the door lock and found the dead body of Ahmed. The body was found in supine position with upper body including head inside the open fridge. A cloth was tied around the face of the victim and the body was placed on a bedsheet.
Police registered a murder case under section 302 of the IPC. “CCTV camera footage near the victim’s house clearly showed that he went into the house at 12.13 am on Thursday. Few minutes later a male suspect went into the house and at around 5 am, the lone suspect came out of the house. We are analysing the cell phone details of the victim to zero in on the offenders,” Jubilee Hills police said.

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