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Youth murdered in Kerala, body dumped in front of police station

A youth was allegedly murdered and his body dumped in front of a police station in Kottayam, Kerala.

Kottayam, Kerala: Shilpa Dyavaiah, the Superintendent of Police said that a youth was allegedly murdered and his body was dumped in front of the police station in the Kottayam district of Kerala on Monday.

Briefing the media, the SP said, “A youth was allegedly murdered and his body dumped in front of a police station in Kottayam on January 17.”

She further said that the police have arrested the accused who dumped the body.  “The accused says he committed the murder alone, we suspect someone else’s involvement too,” she added.

The victim, Shan Babu, was a resident of the Vimalagiri in Kottayam and died following a cerebral haemorrhage caused by a blow with an object. The goon KT Jomon was arrested soon after Shan’s body was found. On Tuesday, Police took into custody four more people, who allegedly had direct involvement in the murder.

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