Shreemathi murder case: Feet parts sent for forensic tests

Team Udayavani, May 17, 2019, 11:09 AM IST

Mangaluru: The recently recovered parts of the feet which are supposed to belong to Shreemathi Shetty (35) who was found murdered, have been sent to the forensic laboratory of the district Wenlock Hospital here.  DNA test will be conducted to ascertain if it body part belongs to the victim. The body part was found near Srinivas Mallya Park at Kadri by the police on Wednesday.

The victims other body parts which were found near Kadri Park and Nandigudda areas have been handed over to her family. The feet too would be handed over to the family after it ensuring it belongs to the victim, inform police sources.

Meanwhile, the prime accused in the murder Jonas Julin Samson, who had attempted suicide is recovering at a private hospital and is expected to be discharged soon. The police will take the accused into custody for interrogation soon after his discharge. His questioning is expected to provide any missing information.

Jonas copy

Victoria Mathais who is Samson’s live-in partner has been questioned by the police and produced before the court which has remanded her to judicial custody till May 29th.

Minor amount takes away life

Apparently, Shreemathi had given a loan of Rs 1 lakh to Jonas who had paid back Rs 40,000 but had failed to pay back the remaining Rs 60,000. Since he did not receive her calls, the victim went personally to his house to confront him and in her bid to recovery her money, lost her life.

Investigation so far has revealed that the accused used to run a food mobile restaurant at Nandigudda on a Maruti Omni van. The food provided here was prepared by a north Indian cook and he was pretty good at his job. However, the man left to his hometown 6 weeks back and failed to return and hence Jonas started facing losses as he was not as good a cook as the previous cook. Eventually, Jonas was compelled to close his food joint due to acute financial distress.

 

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