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3 from Kerala found dead in a hotel in Arunachal

First Published: 3rd April, 2024 11:10 IST

The bodies were found with cut marks on their wrists

Three persons from Kerala were found dead under mysterious circumstances inside a hotel room in Arunachal Pradesh.

The bodies were found with cut marks on their wrists.

The deceased persons have been identified as–Arya B Nair, and Naveen Thomas who were apparently married and another woman Devi B.

According to police reports, the trio checked into a hotel in Hapoli on March 28.

Hotel staff grew suspicious when they were not seen since April 1. Yesterday, one of the staff checked the room and found it locked from inside. Later, they broke open the room and found them dead.

On receiving the information, police reached the site and found a woman lying dead on the bed with sharp cut marks on her wrist. The other woman was found lying dead on the floor with cut marks on her neck as well as on the right side of her wrist. The man was found lying dead in the bathroom with cut mark on his left wrist.

Meanwhile, the Ziro Police with the assistance of Forensic experts has conducted a search and have seized all the existing evidences available in the room.

An investigation into the matter is underway and the bodies have been sent for postmortem today.

During the initial investigation, it was found that there was a missing FIR registered against one of the women at Trivandrum.

Also Read: Arunachal Elections: Congress unveils manifesto, promises reforms in key sectors

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